Art director Nicholas Blechman of The New York Times recently took a field trip to the factory of the world’s largest pasta maker, Barilla, and came up with a fun and informative infographic entitled ‘Planet Pasta’ to document his experience.
It starts off by introducing readers to Pietro Barilla, who opened a small bakery and pasta shop in Parma, Italy in 1877, and ends with his experience at the Barilla cafeteria. It includes funny little snippets of his observations and comments.
Scroll down, or head to The New York Times to check it out.
[via Feel Desain, images via Nicholas Blechman]