Louisa Zahareas, design Academy Eindhoven graduate, designed the ceramics to recreate the ritual of a family meal, as seen through a computer camera via internet communication apps such as Skype or FaceTime. This led to this new kind of surrealistic, Salvador Dali-like meal, which is inspired by our relationship to our screens. The objects use forced perspective to appear normal when arranged in front of a laptop webcam, but are less conventional when seen up close. Zahareas designed prototypes while looking at them through her phone camera. Complex shapes, like the teapot, had to be mathematically calculated. The objects use forced perspective to appear normal when arranged in front of a laptop webcam. The pieces were created as a response to the growing use of digital communication tools like Skype and FaceTime.