Complements Handmade Chocolates Are Little Bites of Modular Art

12.08.17 | By
Complements Handmade Chocolates Are Little Bites of Modular Art

After almost a year in development, Australian design studio Universal Favourite has launched an artisan line of handmade chocolates called Complements. The idea came about when thinking about end-of-the-year gifts for people they work with, and instead of purchasing gifts off the shelf, they decided to make it themselves.

Working with the Sydney-based Bakedown Cakery, they utilized 3D printing to create these modular chocolates that look like little bite-size pieces of tasty art. They can be eaten individually or paired with another for a completely unique flavor. After much research, they settled on 12 flavors, including: shortbread, single origin dark, fairy floss, blackcurrant, cookies & cream, cherry, watermelon, strawberry, pistachio, matcha, vanilla, and lemon. They’re currently available in a limited run of only 500 boxes so get them here while you can!

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.