Winner of Core77’s first ever Food Design Award for her edible containers, Diane Leclair Bisson innovates again with another highly sustainable product – a funerary urn made entirely of ice.Read More
In May 2014, in Edmonton, Diane Leclair Bisson was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts .
Diane Leclair Bisson was invited to speak at TEDx in Montreal.
We are very thrilled to announce the Professional Food Design category first place award in the 2012 Core77 design competition! Congratulations to all the finalists in this important forum for the advancement of Industrial Design, and to Core77 and the Food Design jury for bringing this innovative and important category to the forefront for the first time this year.
Various elements of the Hospital Tableware and Food Sample Series were exhibited at the 5 Percent: Against the odds - Women in industrial design. The exhibition was presented from November 15, 2011 to January 15, 2012 at the Cambridge Galleries, in Ontario. The work of Diane Leclair Bisson was featured among 7 women working in the field of industrial design in Canada.
Diane Bisson's Food Nests were featured in the Gwangju Design Biennale from September through the end of October in Gwangju, South Korea. The 4th edition of the Design Biennale had more than 800,000 visitors, and the Food Nest samples are also featured in the 2-volume catalog published by the Biennale event.
Premiering in Milan on April 13 at the Salone del Mobile 2011, this project is a collaboration between Diane Bisson and Vito Gionatan Lassandro. "Food Nests" is an exploration into edible container forms that use the tomato as principal food material in different forms - crunchy, soft, jelly-like and a range of tastes.
© 2010 - Present. Diane Leclair Bisson. The Edible Project.
After several rounds of judging and a record number of submissions from around the globe, Edible has won one of the most prestigious food book design prizes possible! Recipient of the prize for "Best Cookbook Design in the World for Professionals", Edible takes fourth place worldwide among the more than 8,000 submissions of books on wine and food. We are very honored to be recognized for this innovative project in such an international forum.
Edible, Food as material has been awarded for the Best book cover/jacket design and best complete book design award by Applied Arts magazine.
Creative direction: Diane Bisson
Design, illustration & art direction: Bob Beck (Design Society)
Author: Diane Bisson
Photography: Pol Baril (2M2)
Printing company: Friesens
Publisher: Les éditions du passage