Tag: art

This Guy Instagrams the Awesome Things He Sees in Cheetos

July 28, 2014 // 12:59 pm

Many of you have binged on a bag of Hot Cheetos with nothing more than a second thought. Others may have eaten half a bag before noticing that a few Cheetos look like misshaped dolphins. For Instagrammer cheesecurlsofinstagram, those misshapen dolphins are more than just a simple…

Popular Foods Exposed and Repackaged in Clear Glass Bottles

July 25, 2014 // 12:34 am

Some processed foods we know and love do not necessarily look as appealing as they taste.

Tom Davie, an Oklahoma City-based mixed-media artist, decided to turn this concept into “Bottled Food” — a series of usually concealed popular food items that have been repackaged into transparent glass bottles. The…

Artist Pens Heartwarming, Illustrated Guide to Ramen

July 23, 2014 // 2:04 am

Ramen, as any aficionado knows, can be an art form. The perfect combination of chewy wheat strings, seasoned broth, and choice protein is far more than a drunchie cure; it’s a revelation, great enough to inspire poetry, love songs, and yes, some really kick-ass drawings.…

Amazing Flowering Tree Produces 40 Different Kinds of Fruit

July 22, 2014 // 12:37 pm

Welcome to the Garden of Eden, circa 2014.

Having grown up on a farm in Reading, Pa., New York artist Sam Van Aken has spent the past five years planting veritable Trees of Life all over the United States. Officially called Trees of 40 Fruit, these bountiful…

DICK FROTH: Barista Trolls Customer with Brilliantly Inappropriate Latte Art [NSFW]

July 22, 2014 // 12:06 pm

Sometimes you’ll find a barista so talented you can’t help but order more coffee just to see their works of art. This was the case of Redditor KingPimpCommander. While kicking it at a Scottish cafe, he couldn’t help but notice how cool his lattes were coming out.

Naturally,…

DOPE: Artist Recreates Iconic Short Film ‘A Trip to the Moon’ Using Ice Cream

July 21, 2014 // 12:06 pm

Die-hard film buffs have probably seen the classic French short, Le Voyage Dans la Lune (A Trip to the Moon). The 1902 silent film directed by cinema legend Georges Méliès. The picture made a huge resurgence in popular culture as a major plot point in the 2011 film, Hugo. Now…

Small Japanese Town Creates Gigantic Works of Art in Rice Paddies

July 17, 2014 // 4:33 pm

I absolutely love it when a community pulls together to create art. Take this small town of Inakadate in the Aomori Prefecture, for example. The tiny population of only 8,000 residents is primarily agriculture-based, filled with fields and rice paddies. Each summer, the town bands together and puts those…

Baker Decorates Each Cookie by Hand, Resulting in Edible Masterpieces

July 8, 2014 // 2:18 pm

Whenever I see someone create art on a canvas of baked goods, I have to take a second and admire it. It’s actually incredibly difficult to draw something on a cake or a cookie, whether it’s simply lettering or a picture of Batman. At least from my experience. That…

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