Tony Baxter was born in Bradford, England and graduated with a BA (Hons) in Industrial Design from Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication in London in 1990. Tony came to New York City in 1991 where he worked for Henry Dreyfuss Associates, before co-founding Curve ID with Alberto Mantilla in 1994. Curve ID is a design consultancy with a wide range of well known clients including: Nike, John Deere, Pyrex and Colgate Palmolive. In 2001 he co-founded Mint Inc with Scott Henderson and Alberto Mantilla. Mint is a design collective that produces clever and intriguing design objects that are distributed worldwide.
As they say in Japan, it's Sushi-time somewhere!! The Mint Sushi-Time sushi serving plate provides a generous surface for prepared sushi and sashimi which slopes toward the center dipping dimple, ensuring that any excess soy-sauce and wasabi finds its way back home where it belongs. No double dipping now. The round shape of the plate and the twin sets of chopsticks invite you to share your sushi with a friend as well as providing convenient storage of the chopsticks when not in use. At the same time, the composition creates a clock metaphor which is enhanced further as the sushi is placed about the plate's diameter. It's always time for sushi with the Mint Sushi-Time!
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