Mr Warner said his new pieces were aimed at encouraging healthier eating among younger children. “I use my work as a vehicle to get kids to think about what they are eating,” he said. “Kids will look at a pile of chips and tomato sauce and go ‘yummy yummy’. But show them a pile of asparagus and they will go ‘eurgh, yucky green food’.
“It is almost like colour prejudice for food. But make asparagus become a rocket or turrets on a castle and it makes it much more engaging for them.”
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