Kitchenware supplier Kalorik is celebrating its 90th anniversary and is offering a limited-edition, artist-designed air fryer that is now available for purchase.
For the 90 Years of Kalorik campaign, Kalorik combined its passion for art and design with a humanitarian cause, partnering with a graphic artist and four foodie influencers to develop four custom-created artworks — one of which was printed on the limited-edition air fryer.
Kalorik is donating a portion of the proceeds to the non-profit organization Feed My Starving Children, giving $10 from each air fryer sold to the charity, which is enough to provide 40 nutritious meals to hungry children in need.
“For almost a century, Kalorik has focused on developing innovative appliances that combine advanced technology with user-friendly operation. Our goal is to make cooking easier and more convenient for everyone,” says Uri Murad, Kalorik’s CEO. “With this limited-edition air fryer, we’ve expanded our horizons to incorporate our passion for the arts and aligned ourselves with a humanitarian cause that’s close to our hearts.”
Graphic artist Luiza Lafitte worked closely with each influencer to develop four designs that captured the essence of what inspires them, and the beautiful nuances that make each of their stories unique. Following a contest that asked fans and followers to vote for their favorite design, health and wellness-focused influencer Katie Lemons was selected to have her design printed on the iconic, limited-edition air fryer.
Popping with bright spring colors and whimsical, eye-catching imagery, Lemons’ design depicts the concepts of reawakening and rebirth, as Lafitte effortlessly conveys the fundamental connection between food and spiritual well-being.