Play-doh Cuisine

Crafty designers have made some of the world’s most iconic food dishes that you can play with… by using play-doh! Content marketer Joe Shervell and designer Chris Morley, from Southampton, created 40 traditional national dishes from around the world made entirely from children’s play-doh. Joe and Chris, both aged 23, spent two days piecing the fine cuisine together, with a hearty bag of fish and chips representing England and haggis being made for Scotland

Crafty designers have made some of the world's most iconic food dishes that you can play with... by using play-doh! Content marketer Joe Shervell and designer Chris Morley, from Southampton, created 40 traditional national dishes from around the world made entirely from children's play-doh. Joe and Chris, both aged 23, spent two days piecing the fine cuisine together, with a hearty bag of fish and chips representing England and haggis being made for Scotland

Crafty designers have made some of the world's most iconic food dishes that you can play with... by using play-doh! Content marketer Joe Shervell and designer Chris Morley, from Southampton, created 40 traditional national dishes from around the world made entirely from children's play-doh. Joe and Chris, both aged 23, spent two days piecing the fine cuisine together, with a hearty bag of fish and chips representing England and haggis being made for Scotland

Crafty designers have made some of the world's most iconic food dishes that you can play with... by using play-doh! Content marketer Joe Shervell and designer Chris Morley, from Southampton, created 40 traditional national dishes from around the world made entirely from children's play-doh. Joe and Chris, both aged 23, spent two days piecing the fine cuisine together, with a hearty bag of fish and chips representing England and haggis being made for Scotland

Crafty designers have made some of the world's most iconic food dishes that you can play with... by using play-doh! Content marketer Joe Shervell and designer Chris Morley, from Southampton, created 40 traditional national dishes from around the world made entirely from children's play-doh. Joe and Chris, both aged 23, spent two days piecing the fine cuisine together, with a hearty bag of fish and chips representing England and haggis being made for Scotland