In her photo series Wearable Foods, Sung Yeonju makes garments out of various food items and photographs them. But unlike Lady Gaga’s entry into food fashion or the Bread Dress, Yeonju’s garments are not meant to be worn.
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The soap is inexplicably vegan-friendly, so veggie eaters can participate without the guilt. Because nothing says ‘vegan’ like rubbing yourself with faux processed meat-on-a-stick.
And, in case you are wondering, the included mustard condiment is also soap. Why wouldn’t it be?
And, long before flag burning was en vogue, these signs were deemed to be a desecration of the American Flag and most were destroyed. Because destroying a flag comprised of soup cans seems perfectly reasonable.
One of these signs recently sold at auction for $18,400.
[via Box Vox]
How We Can Tell Martha Stewart’s Drunk is a handy guide by artist Lisa Hanawalt. It illustrates some of the warning signs that everyone’s favorite homemaker may have had a few too many.
Warning; the full comic can be a bit NSFW at times — that is if your workplace does not tolerate cartoon phalli, or the depiction of a nude Rachel Ray.
Some food culture leftovers… Foodiggity’s Thanksgiving week wrap-up.
Offering up some art… Mexican Sugar Skull Illustrations
Officially declare yourself a drunk… Altoids Tin Martini Kit
C is for Career Change… Cookie Monster Wants to Host SNL
5 Birds in a pig, with bacon… TurBaconEpic Thanksgiving
Give your guests the finger… Hand Turkey Butchery