'Nonsense' is a 64 page 'visually stimulating book about nothing much at all' centered around just that... nonsense. These ideas have no depth, really... until you actually think about them. 'What food must think before you eat it' is one such example where a totally nonsensical idea can intrigue and provoke deeper thought. Obviously, food doesn't possess the biological structure that allows us humans to feel emotion, but imagine if they did - and imagine what your carrots are thinking while you're roasting, stewing, boiling or stir frying them as you smile thinking about your soon-to-be-full stomach. Put yourself in the carrot's shoes.

RMIT University 2012