Their task was to gather 90 handmade cookies, sugar, milk, flour, chocolate, eggs and dough; and utilize them to create a 4 minute stop motion video for a foreign artist whose lyrics still remain unknown. They disappeared for 6 weeks and just recently emerged out of the darkness with a small floppy disk containing this: […]
Tango was faced with a problem where the kids in Britain didn’t quite enjoy drinking soda because of the difficulties involved in picking up the bottle, taking it to the lips and possibly even with using straw. To solve the problem Tango set 40 researchers to work, with the aim of creating a “new” soda […]
Judith G. Klausner shows her craft in carving these excellent cameos from the fillings of Oreo cookies. Via DudeCraft
Photographer Linus Morales has recreated logos of some of the world’s best known fashion brands, using food. Chanel sausages, Louis Vuitton toast, it’s an obvious case of fashion brands taking the world of food.
Super cute, super creative tree house by Brock Davis. Via BoingBoing
From the department of because why not? researchers in Japan have made hamburger patties from poop. In a project lead by Mitsyuki Ikeda, the scientists extracted the protein from poop, added some soya and steak sauce for taste, and introduced the world to poop hamburger patties. Ikeda was trying to make use of the omnipotent […]
Redditor Punqington had this awesome Millenium Falcon cake for his wedding, made to look a lot more real by its shining green lights. We hear Boba Fett stopped by at the wedding as well. Via Movies, Neatorama
It seems nobody ever cared about what over fishing could do to the seas. Dr Villy Christensen at the University of British Columbia used ecosystem models, underwater terrain maps, fish catch records and statistical analysis to create this shocking map. The map shows the biomass of popularly eaten fish in the North Atlantic. Over the […]
Artists Ingrid Falk and Gustavo Aguerre used 2500 pieces of bread to well, create a giant toaster mural. The piece took two days to complete. Via TheMarySue, BuzzFeed
Manga Plates project by Mika Tsutai pretty much stands up to its name. Each piece from the collection is detailed as a frame from some manga. All you have to do is place food strategically on these plates, and it would appear a lot more delicious to manga lovers like us.