The Burrito Costume Is A Delicious Disguise


San Francisco artist Lauren O. Venell, who recently encouraged us to snuggle up to a giant burrito, now wants to BE the burrito.

The Bold Burrito costume was made for a video series for Bold Italic. It sees Lauren wearing the handmade burrito costume, roaming the city and doing people things. I think if she had gone to Chipotle dressed like that, she could’ve gotten free chips and guac… not sure.



[link, via BoingBoing]

Bear Skin Picnic Blanket For Fancy Outdoor Dining


If you have a room in your house that contains a fireplace and smells of rich mahogany, then you surely have a bear skin rug in the middle of it. But what if you also enjoy dining in the park, and need somewhere worthy to sit?

The Bear Skin Picnic Blanket is here to help. Made to look like something you’d see in a rich guy’s study, combined with the unmistakable checkered pattern of a picnic blanket, you can enjoy a sophisticated outdoor lunch anytime. The smell of rich mahogany, not included.

The Bear Skin Picnic Blanket is now available at The Foodiggity Shop.






This Mattress Made of Gummy Bears Will Make Your Dreams Come True


If you’re looking for the most colorful and gelatinous night of sleep available, you might consider something like The Gummy Bear Mattress.

Created with just over 26,000 gummy bears, the mattress cover was created by Hissa Igrashi. It was commissioned by Craig’s Beds to promote their Summerfield Mattress. Sweet dreams.





[link, via designtaxi]

ARRRE You Ready To Open Some Bottles? The Legless Pirate Corkscrew Can Help


Do you need to get a bottle opened, me hearties? Well, the Legless Pirate Corkscrew is here to help.

Complete with a corkscrew for a leg and a waiter’s friend and foil cutter for arms — this pirate is ready to open any wine bottle. He even comes with a bottle-opening eye patch for sodas and beers, and a parrot on his arm.

So… Why are pirates such good bottle openers? Because they ARRRR!!!

Stainless steel and durable ABS plastic. Available at The Foodiggity Shop.




The Future of 3D Easy Cheese Printing Is Now


Drawing with Easy Cheese ain’t easy… I know, I’ve tried. Luckily, there are visionaries such as artist and spray cheese-enthusiast Andrew Maxwell-Parish to make 3D Easy Cheese printing a reality… Sorta.

Maxwell-Parish created a device that guides and releases the cheese-like product in various patterns. Or, at least the device tries to draw with cheese, with mixed and hilarious results. It looks like we’ll be freehanding Easy Cheese for a little longer.

Please watch this…

Freehand, y'all!

Freehand, y’all!

[link, via Laughing Squid]