What I find most striking is the choice to use strawberries as the main element, despite the otherwise inorganic context. Though I could wonder about the meaning of such a choice, what I find more important is the seamless integration of the ideas. The fact that it *looks* like a well-organized machine is enough to incite my imagination. It reminds me of a printer, or a factory-line, yet gives a totally different context for the idea.
The aesthetic I think was a great choice for this idea. The simplicity of the elements and the subtle gradients in the background are tastefully done, enough to avoid pure minimalism but not so much as to interfere with the overall idea. I like the vivid colors too, as the mechanicalness of the idea seems like it'd be easy to make it dull to look at.
I like the saturation of color at the edge of the whole strawberries too. Depending on where you want to go with it, you might try playing more with the connection between the strawberries and their color producing qualities. The white strawberries remind me a bit of golf balls, which gives me mixed feelings about the inner whiteness of the fully developed ones.
The strawberries coming out of the machine kind of make me think of those collectible novelty erasers in the shapes of fruit. They look so cool. Wonderful job on this :3 I love strawberries so this one is one of my favorites ^-^