Pancakes should be available to all walks of life… regardless of how slow-moving they are. BuzzFeedBlue agrees, and recently whipped up a short stack for a few sulcata tortoises.
The result is absolute adorableness, and is even a bit hypnotizing to watch. Accept for the tortoise who doesn’t partake in the pancakes. He must’ve went looking for the tiny butter and syrup. Please watch this…
What appears to be nothing more than an exercise in minimalist food art, is actually a pretty intense project by Israeli-Dutch artist Itamar Gilboa.
The Food Chain Project is a pop-up art installation, that is not only an extensive collection of food and drinks sculpted in plaster, but is representative of everything the artist had consumed over a period of 365 days.
Over 8,000 items are represented in stark white, and is meant to call attention to global food issues. All of the food items are on sale, with proceeds donated to organizations such as FairFood International and Youth Food Movement.