Play With Your Food

The only scenario that I can envision where someone wearing artist Olivia Mears‘ pizza gown doesn’t become prom queen is if another person showed up in Mears’ Taco Belle dress. It would be a real clash of the titans. [click to continue…]

This custom cookie box takes snacking security very seriously for those that lack self-control. If you want to break your diet with a cookie, you’ll need to convince someone to help you. [click to continue…]

Artist Bridget McCarty has made some stunning Disney-themed Easter eggs over the years, which I sincerely hope are not made on actual eggs. They are far too pretty to just leave them to rot. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]

Geode Easter Eggs

If I had my way, all food would be geodeified. Fortunately, Cakes Cove has Easter eggs covered. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]

Jessica of luxeandthelady is tremendously gifted when it comes to making cute, nerdy food. The unicorn Pusheen donut pictured above is one example, but there’s more where that came from. Check out character smoothies, cupcakes, toasts, pops and more below. [click to continue…]

The Official Cup Noodle candle is the best choice for lighting when your power is cut off for non-payment. It looks realistic, but don’t be tempted to eat it! Apparently, it doesn’t even smell like ramen, which is a missed opportunity if you ask me.

Somebody actually did an unboxing of this thing, which you can check out below. [click to continue…]

If Alphonse Mucha were alive today, he would probably be doing nerdy chalkboard signs.

At one point or another, you may have noticed an amazing chalkboard display at your local grocery store or on the sidewalk in front of a restaurant or bar. Indeed, there are some talented artists out there who work professionally creating these displays—and sometimes they’re clever enough to go viral on the Internet. Such is the case with James Bennion‘s Princess Bride-themed display pictured above. But there’s more where that came from. Check out additional examples of his work below. [click to continue…]

YouTuber PeterSripol has repurposed the iconic KFC bucket into a flying machine by using two of them as Flettner rotors on an RC model airplane. The design employs a phenomenon known as the Magnus Effect, which generates lift by putting a backspin on a cylinder or sphere.

As the video below details, the process was a blur of crashes, repairs and a complete redesign – and in the end, the model only flew a little better than an actual chicken. [click to continue…]

Laura Miller of Sugar Spice Cakes has created a tutorial for an elaborate chocolate baby Groot sculpture that has earned the James Gunn seal of approval: [click to continue…]

You are about to see a step-by-step video of pastry chef Amaury Guichon creating the stunning “Nautilus” chocolate sculpture pictured above. The subject isn’t exactly appetizing, but I’ll be dammed if Guichon’s work isn’t impressive. [click to continue…]