poppzzicles
poppzzicles
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creative-munchies:

Patterns-Dan Bannio
creative-munchies:

Patterns-Dan Bannio
creative-munchies:

Patterns-Dan Bannio
creative-munchies:

Patterns-Dan Bannio
creative-munchies:

Patterns-Dan Bannio
creative-munchies:

Patterns-Dan Bannio
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archiemcphee:

There’s no end to the awesome things that people will do to their cars. Last week we saw a 1949 Cadillac covered in pennies; today we’re treated to a Volkswagen covered in scrummy popcorn. Lucas Danehl thoroughly decorated what appears to an old VW Golf with the tasty snack food and displayed it at the Braunschweig University of Art in Braunschweig, Germany.
Picture by Jacob Aaron Schroeder
[via Neatorama]
(Attribution corrected 8/18/14)
archiemcphee:

There’s no end to the awesome things that people will do to their cars. Last week we saw a 1949 Cadillac covered in pennies; today we’re treated to a Volkswagen covered in scrummy popcorn. Lucas Danehl thoroughly decorated what appears to an old VW Golf with the tasty snack food and displayed it at the Braunschweig University of Art in Braunschweig, Germany.
Picture by Jacob Aaron Schroeder
[via Neatorama]
(Attribution corrected 8/18/14)
archiemcphee:

There’s no end to the awesome things that people will do to their cars. Last week we saw a 1949 Cadillac covered in pennies; today we’re treated to a Volkswagen covered in scrummy popcorn. Lucas Danehl thoroughly decorated what appears to an old VW Golf with the tasty snack food and displayed it at the Braunschweig University of Art in Braunschweig, Germany.
Picture by Jacob Aaron Schroeder
[via Neatorama]
(Attribution corrected 8/18/14)
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archiemcphee:

Annabel de Vetten of Conjurer’s Kitchen (previously featured here) created a miniature, edible Terracotta Army using pizza dough. The palm-sized dough warriors were made to celebrate the opening of the 500th location of Pizza Express, an English restaurant chain, which took place in Beijing.
[via Conjurer’s Kitchen and Birmingham Mail]
archiemcphee:

Annabel de Vetten of Conjurer’s Kitchen (previously featured here) created a miniature, edible Terracotta Army using pizza dough. The palm-sized dough warriors were made to celebrate the opening of the 500th location of Pizza Express, an English restaurant chain, which took place in Beijing.
[via Conjurer’s Kitchen and Birmingham Mail]
archiemcphee:

Annabel de Vetten of Conjurer’s Kitchen (previously featured here) created a miniature, edible Terracotta Army using pizza dough. The palm-sized dough warriors were made to celebrate the opening of the 500th location of Pizza Express, an English restaurant chain, which took place in Beijing.
[via Conjurer’s Kitchen and Birmingham Mail]
archiemcphee:

Annabel de Vetten of Conjurer’s Kitchen (previously featured here) created a miniature, edible Terracotta Army using pizza dough. The palm-sized dough warriors were made to celebrate the opening of the 500th location of Pizza Express, an English restaurant chain, which took place in Beijing.
[via Conjurer’s Kitchen and Birmingham Mail]
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archiemcphee:

The Department of Magnificent Manicures is hungry at the sight of these delectable sushi nails. They were handmade by Japanese Twitter user Ayamon, who lives in Nagoya, Japan and doesn’t actually think her fancy new nails are very appetizing:

“I made sushi nails, but they’re kinda gross lol!”

We still think they’re mouthwateringly awesome.
[via RocketNews24]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Magnificent Manicures is hungry at the sight of these delectable sushi nails. They were handmade by Japanese Twitter user Ayamon, who lives in Nagoya, Japan and doesn’t actually think her fancy new nails are very appetizing:

“I made sushi nails, but they’re kinda gross lol!”

We still think they’re mouthwateringly awesome.
[via RocketNews24]
archiemcphee:

The Department of Magnificent Manicures is hungry at the sight of these delectable sushi nails. They were handmade by Japanese Twitter user Ayamon, who lives in Nagoya, Japan and doesn’t actually think her fancy new nails are very appetizing:

“I made sushi nails, but they’re kinda gross lol!”

We still think they’re mouthwateringly awesome.
[via RocketNews24]
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cross-connect:

This is a series of food photographs by Esther Lobo. There are more on her website, as well as other series that are amazing. // Selected by Mariana
cross-connect:

This is a series of food photographs by Esther Lobo. There are more on her website, as well as other series that are amazing. // Selected by Mariana
cross-connect:

This is a series of food photographs by Esther Lobo. There are more on her website, as well as other series that are amazing. // Selected by Mariana
cross-connect:

This is a series of food photographs by Esther Lobo. There are more on her website, as well as other series that are amazing. // Selected by Mariana
cross-connect:

This is a series of food photographs by Esther Lobo. There are more on her website, as well as other series that are amazing. // Selected by Mariana
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martinekenblog:

Hasan Kale is an incredible artist from Turkey and his tiny artworks have caught my eyes immediately! That’s impressive!
More here →
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martinekenblog:

Hasan Kale is an incredible artist from Turkey and his tiny artworks have caught my eyes immediately! That’s impressive!
More here →
Follow Martineken Blog on:Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest
martinekenblog:

Hasan Kale is an incredible artist from Turkey and his tiny artworks have caught my eyes immediately! That’s impressive!
More here →
Follow Martineken Blog on:Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest
martinekenblog:

Hasan Kale is an incredible artist from Turkey and his tiny artworks have caught my eyes immediately! That’s impressive!
More here →
Follow Martineken Blog on:Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest
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softpyramid:

Dan ColenShe Loves Me2006chewing gum on canvas
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huffpostarts:

An Eggplant With A Yolk? These Fruits And Veggies Are Not What They Seem!
huffpostarts:

An Eggplant With A Yolk? These Fruits And Veggies Are Not What They Seem!
huffpostarts:

An Eggplant With A Yolk? These Fruits And Veggies Are Not What They Seem!
huffpostarts:

An Eggplant With A Yolk? These Fruits And Veggies Are Not What They Seem!
huffpostarts:

An Eggplant With A Yolk? These Fruits And Veggies Are Not What They Seem!
huffpostarts:

An Eggplant With A Yolk? These Fruits And Veggies Are Not What They Seem!
huffpostarts:

An Eggplant With A Yolk? These Fruits And Veggies Are Not What They Seem!
huffpostarts:

An Eggplant With A Yolk? These Fruits And Veggies Are Not What They Seem!
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novalidole:

Miniature Worlds With Food
In his series “Minimize – Food”, photographer William Kass takes pictures of little life scenes with landscapes entirely made of food. Soya replaces trees, salmon becomes a sea, feta shapes a Greek temple and a pip is used as a grave. To discover.
 
novalidole:

Miniature Worlds With Food
In his series “Minimize – Food”, photographer William Kass takes pictures of little life scenes with landscapes entirely made of food. Soya replaces trees, salmon becomes a sea, feta shapes a Greek temple and a pip is used as a grave. To discover.
 
novalidole:

Miniature Worlds With Food
In his series “Minimize – Food”, photographer William Kass takes pictures of little life scenes with landscapes entirely made of food. Soya replaces trees, salmon becomes a sea, feta shapes a Greek temple and a pip is used as a grave. To discover.
 
novalidole:

Miniature Worlds With Food
In his series “Minimize – Food”, photographer William Kass takes pictures of little life scenes with landscapes entirely made of food. Soya replaces trees, salmon becomes a sea, feta shapes a Greek temple and a pip is used as a grave. To discover.
 
novalidole:

Miniature Worlds With Food
In his series “Minimize – Food”, photographer William Kass takes pictures of little life scenes with landscapes entirely made of food. Soya replaces trees, salmon becomes a sea, feta shapes a Greek temple and a pip is used as a grave. To discover.
 
novalidole:

Miniature Worlds With Food
In his series “Minimize – Food”, photographer William Kass takes pictures of little life scenes with landscapes entirely made of food. Soya replaces trees, salmon becomes a sea, feta shapes a Greek temple and a pip is used as a grave. To discover.
 
novalidole:

Miniature Worlds With Food
In his series “Minimize – Food”, photographer William Kass takes pictures of little life scenes with landscapes entirely made of food. Soya replaces trees, salmon becomes a sea, feta shapes a Greek temple and a pip is used as a grave. To discover.
 
novalidole:

Miniature Worlds With Food
In his series “Minimize – Food”, photographer William Kass takes pictures of little life scenes with landscapes entirely made of food. Soya replaces trees, salmon becomes a sea, feta shapes a Greek temple and a pip is used as a grave. To discover.
 
novalidole:

Miniature Worlds With Food
In his series “Minimize – Food”, photographer William Kass takes pictures of little life scenes with landscapes entirely made of food. Soya replaces trees, salmon becomes a sea, feta shapes a Greek temple and a pip is used as a grave. To discover.
 
novalidole:

Miniature Worlds With Food
In his series “Minimize – Food”, photographer William Kass takes pictures of little life scenes with landscapes entirely made of food. Soya replaces trees, salmon becomes a sea, feta shapes a Greek temple and a pip is used as a grave. To discover.
 
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mymodernmet:

Japanese illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi used precise molds to make LEGOs out of chocolate, opening up a whole realm of possibilities for building and snacking.
mymodernmet:

Japanese illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi used precise molds to make LEGOs out of chocolate, opening up a whole realm of possibilities for building and snacking.
mymodernmet:

Japanese illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi used precise molds to make LEGOs out of chocolate, opening up a whole realm of possibilities for building and snacking.
mymodernmet:

Japanese illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi used precise molds to make LEGOs out of chocolate, opening up a whole realm of possibilities for building and snacking.
mymodernmet:

Japanese illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi used precise molds to make LEGOs out of chocolate, opening up a whole realm of possibilities for building and snacking.
mymodernmet:

Japanese illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi used precise molds to make LEGOs out of chocolate, opening up a whole realm of possibilities for building and snacking.
mymodernmet:

Japanese illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi used precise molds to make LEGOs out of chocolate, opening up a whole realm of possibilities for building and snacking.