Pizzas go wild for the photography of Jonpaul Douglass. In the series ‘Pizzas in the Wild’ the photographer placed pizzas at some very unlikely locations. Douglass was inspired for the project by graffitied image of pizza in his neighborhood. He decided to replicate it with the real deal.
Artist Hikaru Cho can paint food into such camouflage that the food itself would have an identity crisis if it could look at itself. He paints the skins of fruits and vegetables to transform them into another eatable of similar dimensions.
NYC pastry chef Dominique Ansel has announced his new invention, an uber cool combo of milk, going straight into glasses made from chocolate chip cookies. Chocolate Chip Cookie Milk Shots, as he calls them, are molded, baked chocolate cookie dough intended for serving milk. Via Eater, BoingBoing
Playing on the now familiar theme of foodscapes, photographers Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman have captured fantastical landscapes made out of processed foods. Perhaps not in sheer scale, but in perception these food landscapes could give the wicked witch and her gingerbread cottage a run for her money.
Pancake artist Nathan Shields has beautiful butterflies crafted in yummy pancakes. They may not be very colorful, but I’m loving those shades of pancake. via
Eating a nice meal is awesome, but then you do need to burn off the calories you just ingested. Actually, I would rather use something like this as a “feel good” thingy that allows me to chomp on food without guilt, because a lame excuse is better than no excuse. Dumb-Bell cutlery includes 1 kg […]
Following the line of the famous anime Attack on Titan, Japanese burger chain Lotteria is all set to release a ¥2,000 ($20) burger named 10m-kyu Shingeki no Kyojin Hoshoku Set (translated to: Predatory Set for Titan as big as 10-meter high). The gigantic burger will be accompanied by ¥1,600 ($16) french fries combo called “Cho […]
Artist Victor Nunes has a knack for transforming random objects into faces or facial expressions. Popcorns, walnuts, scissors, and several other objects just turn into the appearance of a face. Simple sketches go along these objects to create a complete set.
What would things look like if natural products were to be marked with ingredient labels? Well, apart from ridiculous, the sheer number of chemicals you’ll read there would put you off. That is exactly the irrational behavior Australian chemistry teacher James Kennedy had in mind when he created this set of images.
Unveiled at the CES, ChefJet 3D Printers would be happy to make dessert for your meals, or rather, print them. ChefJet comes in two flavors, one that works in monochrome, and its better equipped Pro version sibling that can work in full colors.