Tai mo hitori wa umakarazu

We put together a quick little exhibition with our pals at Tuba Design for their recent event with Tisch & Thymian—a guerilla dinner held in Munich, Germany. The name “Tai mo hitori wa umakarazu” means  “Even sea bream is not delicious when eaten in loneliness”. The saying is a Japanese paean to the joys of company when eating—an appropriate ode to a dinner of fifty held in Munich’s beautiful English Gardens eating a bespoke menu from custom furniture.