Posts Tagged ‘food’

Always an inspiration to see this sort of stuff. Very daft elaborate sculptures made from food featured in today’s Guardian. I love the impermenance of it and also the thought process that drives someone to model a life-size Dita von Teese out of cheese. I’ve only posted a few below, but check out the Guardian […]


Flippin’ hell

14Dec09

Here’s something spectacularly pointless that I can’t afford, don’t need and wouldn’t use. But for some reason I want it. For around $3,500 (how much is that these days – about half a million quid?) you can treat a loved one to this automatic pancake-making machine: According to food2.com, it churns out 200 pancakes an […]


Wowsers! Now this is a creative use of time. Apparently this stop-motion piece of genius won something at Sundance this year. I’m not bloody surprised! It’s amazing, and must have taken days to do. I particularly like the Rubix Cube chopping. PES is the man (woman? collective?) behind it. I’m going to check out more of […]


Spag Build

03Nov09

Got myself a bit caught up over the weekend, what with Hallow’een and all. So just a quick post today to alert you to this, that’s been doing the rounds on the design blogs over the last couple of days:   It’s designed by British design student Alex Creamer, who says, according to Monoscope, that […]


I’ve got a real soft spot for the jelly company Bompas & Parr. This is only the second time I’ve encountered them, but each time they’re up to something fun. Last time it was making a city out of jelly, or something like that; this time it’s a cocktail comp. OK, so it’s all marketing […]