Bompas and parr
"Sam Bompas and Harry Parr of the experimental culinary team of Bompas & Parr also make living jewelry, technically speaking. Though theirs doesn’t crawl. The duo teamed up with London jewelry-design studio Goldie Rox and scientist Simon Park to create a new kind of living jewelry called The Mermaid Lunchbox. The pendant necklace features a rounded glass vial that dangles from a gold chain. Inside the vial is water and a bloom of dinoflagellates, also known as bioluminescent algae."
Food design studio Bompas & Parr has created luminescent ice cream so cinema-goers can see their snacks in the dark. To make the ice cream glow, the designers impregnated it with riboflavin – or vitamin B2 – which luminesces under certain wavelengths of light. UV light was shone into the cinema to illuminate the ice cream without impairing the view of the screen. Riboflavin has a bitter taste, but this was masked by the amount of sugar and fat in the mint chocolate-chip ice cream.