There’s nothing spooky about a standard, run-of-the-mill cheese plate. So if you’re planning on throwing a little Halloween get-together, crank it up with a tiny cheese graveyard. Check out the how-to guide over at Kathleen’s Confections.
These drawings by San Diego based illustrator Philip Tseng asks “What if They Were Cheeseburgers?”
From Mario to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to Sailor Moon. Even R2 gets cheeseburgered and it’s adorable. You can even buy these designs as prints, shirts and tote bags.
Head after the break to see more of his cheeseburger art.
Dan Newbie is one very talented musician. He can play all kinds of tunes using only wine glasses and cooking items like pots and pans. In the past, he did a cover of the Game of Thrones theme song. In his latest YouTube video, Dan decided to go with something a bit more old school: he recorded a cover of the Legend of Zelda Theme song using wine glasses, pots and pans and even beer bottles!
Check out the video after the break…
While these Cooking Blocks are not made by LEGO, they’re still cool looking, functional and fun.
Forget metal hangers or sticking them in organizers. Now you can hang your kitchen utensils up and have a place for your LEGO creations as well.
More pictures after the break.
If there was ever a pizza slicer that was designed with the hipster in mind, it was surely the Fixie Pizza Cutter. This slicer is humorous take on the average hipster’s preferred mode of transportation, otherwise known as the “fixie” or fixed-gear bike. It’s available in some very flashy colors: neon pink with a blue finish and yellow and black bumblebee. The Fixie slicer is rather eye-catching, so it will definitely look great next to that solar-powered espresso maker or brew-beer-at-home kit or whatever else hipsters keep in their kitchens.
Check out more pics after the break…
If you like a little wine with your chicken, or a little chicken with your wine, this handy wine stopper lets you kill two birds with one stone and show your friends you’re a gourmet with the poulet.
I can’t even believe I wrote the above sentence.
Bottom line, it’s funny, it’s functional and it’s less than ten bucks.
Product Page ($9.49 / Coming Soon)
Gingerbread houses are so yesterday. At least, Jennifer Rubell seems to think so, because she’s moved on to making houses using cotton candy as insulation. It looks like a plain, little wood shack on the outside, but take a step inside and be utterly amazed at the massive bricks of cotton candy lining every inch of its insides.
It’s obviously not the insulation of choice for many–unless you happy to have a perpetually sweet tooth. More images of the unusual house, after the break!