Kirin Ichiban wanted to draw attention to their beer brand so, naturally, they made a music video with a beer-bottle orchestra and sushi chefs. I don’t know what I’m more excited about: the sushi, the calliope-style music, or the sexy brew-blowing gents.
And this isn’t any group of bottle-whistling musicians. The Bottle Boys have quite the repertoire of music videos all using their finely tuned assorted ales. Using empty Kirin Ichiban bottles, the Danish hunks created a delicious video accompanied by the sounds of sushi chefs and salmon rolls.
It’s music to my tummy. Check out the video after the jump.
Easter isn’t really Easter until you slurp vodka-infused Jell-O out of a chocolate bunny head right? Sounds like the beginning of a wholesome new tradition to me.
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These lovely portraits feature characters like Daenerys Targaryen, Yoda, Mario, and The Little Mermaid. Though it looks like brown ink, it’s actually coffee that artist Maria A. Aristidou has applied to paper. She uses water paper and five different coffee blends to get the right shading. Who says you shouldn’t play with your food?
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These bizarre teacups are the work of Etsy seller VoodooDelicious. Unfortunately, the handmade items cannot be used for drinking and exist merely to enhance your decor and allow you to start uncomfortable conversations by introducing your pet octopus/Kraken/Cthulhu that can only survive in tea.
Numerous colors and poses are available, from a simple tentacle wave to the bashful peek-a-boo seen above. Check out some additional pics after the jump.
Believe it or not, these aren’t photos from space. In fact, most of it is edible.
It’s the work of photographer Navid Baraty who used basic household items and cooking ingredients along with a photo scanner to create what appear to be surreal images of the universe. For example, the planet in the image above was created using the bottom of a glass containing half and half, water and food coloring. The stars are salt, cinnamon and baking powder.
He tells My Modern Met:
“I’d seen examples of scanography done where others had scanned objects with the scanner lid open to create a sharp contrast between the highly detailed scan of the object with the totally black background,” Navid told us. “I’m inspired by photos of space every day and I wondered if I might be able to create similar space scenes on this black background by sprinkling spices on the scanner glass to create stars, using liquids in a glass to create the natural swirls and clouds of planets. I was really surprised at how realistic they can look!”
Check out more examples after the break…
Competitive shooter Dustin Ellermann pulls off some pretty neat tricks with a rifle, but this one is possibly the tastiest. He wraps some bacon around the suppressor of his M16 and then covers it in foil before firing. The gun gets hot enough to cook the bacon until it’s crispy and ready to eat.
See the video after the break.