Wow, they really do have designer everything, don't they? These designer cutting boards by Ken Goodwin are inspired by 1960s Op Art, most specifically artist Bridget Riley. The dark and light squares are sized and placed to convey movement and shape on an otherwise flat surface. This design is called Expansion and is intended to look like a checkerboard viewed through a fisheye lens. There's also the Convergance (yes, that's how it's spelled) which came about as an experiment in doing the opposite and having the squares get smaller towards the center instead of larger.
Described as "not for the faint of heart," either of these boards would make a wonderful gift or unique addition to any kitchen. Maple and walnut, $350-$400.
Gallery: Ken Goodwin Cutting Boards
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