Everything gets better with toast done right. We could be talking of taste, but we are talking of art. Artist Henry Hargreaves decided to unlock the potential in toast and created these amazing celebrity portraits. Hargreaves did have support from Angela Barrow and Osvaldo Ponton who actually were toasting the bread. We kind of like the style of this bread-pixel art.
It would seem that Domino’s Japan has plans to target future space dwellers, and they’re going to start off by offering pizza on the moon. The envisioned moon store would include dart boards, pool tables, delivery motorbikes and the absence of customers not unlike its stores here on Earth.
Artist Leandro Erlich made this amazing looking edible chocolate couch that looks deliciously inviting. The couch was made for a series called “Let Them Eat Art.”
Delicious treats with Marvel Superheroes. You know, they could have just played along a bit and named it the Avengers Cakelet Pan, or something like that. The Marvel pan has molds for Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Wolverine and The Incredible Hulk cakelets, and of course, a huge round of delicacies. Costs $36.
You know, the kind that makes your day when you see one in the morning.
Sushi just got a facelift with Star Wars character styling in the dish. I never thought I would be able to eat an AT-AT but this one looks fair play. Japanese sushi chef, Okitsugu Kado serves sushi with these veggie treats on the side. Kado also claims to be a part of the Jedi order, and we assume he uses the force to carve the food.
Those of us conscious about our diet would probably let go a little if the fat could be sucked out of the food we were about to eat. The fat magnet claims to remove fat from the surface of foods, all you have to do is skim the magnet at the surface and it would absorb all the fat. We’re not sure how exactly this works or if it is going to be worth any good at all, but we guess the premise alone would get this product a lot of buyers. Cost $13.
Presenting objects in a very plant-vegetable kind of way, Sarah Illenberger creates an atmosphere of interest, and makes you wonder at the simple execution of the work. There’s a novelty to these pieces, and yet they look perfectly normal, something you wouldn’t be entirely surprised to see. The artist creates simple objects using common fruits and plants.
Bananas apparently make for an excellent canvas for art. Australian artist Jun Gil Park makes amazing drawings on bananas using a toothpick to carve out the drawings, and letting oxidation do its job after that. He scratches the surface of the banana with a toothpick, leaves it that way for sometime, and soon oxidation does its job and an excellent drawing shows up on the fruit.
Scottish-born designer Louise Gray made a wise choice when going with her debut jewelry collection. We say that because she chose French Fries, and everyone loves French Fries. French fries jewelry, that would be someone’s wet dream. Or not, but we really like the idea and are not afraid to go along a hyperbole. We do really appreciate the 22ct gold-plated fries, a long gold-plated curb chain, engraved detailing and a lobster clasp closure. That really is something.