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.
There are plenty of recommended measurements for food portions, but it is not exactly easy to follow them through simply because there is no easy way to keep all the measuring tools close. You can though always have your hand handy and use it to make very good approximations of how much your portion and serving should be. This image by GuardYourHealth serves as a simple guide for some basic measurements, including a cup, tablespoon, and teaspoon; all in your hand.
Exterminate you say? That you shall be, Daleks; you will be devoured. These life-sized Daleks are excellent wedding cakes built by UK based Dinkydoodle Designs. We especially like the hat and veil touch on the Daleks.
Looking perfectly like their part of conventional color tubes for art supplies, the 12 piece set is a set of fully edible tubes and fillings. Created by Nendo for Japan’s Seibu department store, each of the chocolate tubes holds a different flavored caramel or syrup that shows up on the tube’s label.
Led by David Schwen, Minneapolis based creative studio Dschwen has a very interesting series in the form of food art pairings. The series puts together two food items in a manner similar to Pantone color swatches, showing commonly paired foods as opposed to commonly paired colors of Pantone. Prints available here.
Potato chips sell, chocolates sell. It’s only obvious potato chips coated in chocolate should sell. That wisdom in mind, Lay’s has decided to wet its toes in the market with chocolate covered potato chips. Since Lay’s are the purveyors of edibles that are usually salty, and chocolates are sweet, they are quite cautious about this move.
Fast food outlets often advertise burgers as what they don’t really look like, and they still are beat by the legend that is the Fat & Furious burger. Created by French graphic designers Thomas and Quentin, the set shows very fat burgers packed with deliciousness and added with touches of photographic ingenuity to look better. Influenced by areas as diverse as pop culture, history and religion, the duo presented the burgers in several different settings and forms, which makes the set all the more enticing.
Banana skins are like the hot new place for art and thought. Hong Kong based art director Marta Grossi‘s graffiti on bananas includes not just creating designs on bananas, but often adorning them with glitter or colors to add to their look. The artist finds bananas as a simple and unique canvas, well suited for these temporary installations to be photographed before being consumed.