Pocket Picnics is a design fiction food-themed future that reimagines zero-waste consumers who eat street food or in urban settings. Set in a parallel world not too dissimilar from our own, Pocket Picnics imagines a food future where Urban Eaters provide their eating implements as a way to actively reduce packaging. The templates and artifacts represent designed initiatives that advocate material innovation and visualize the gestures for eating waste free. 
This project was presented at the Speculative Futures Primer 18 Conference on May 4,  MFA Design Show on May 10-13 and at the third annual Food Inn Symposium in Berkeley on May 17, 2018.