Gruesome Facial Injuries Created With Cake and Candy

Brought to us by Dutch photographer, Ashkan Honarvar, Faces 5 is a photo series that creates seemingly gnarly facial injuries with cake and candy. In place of blood and actual innards, icing and sprinkles are used to create imagery that’s a little easier to take — very little.

As described on the artist’s website, “This series constitutes Ashkan Honarvar’s search for an identity and the physical and psychological wounds inflicted on soldiers by war… Ashkan Honarvar used existing pictures of young First World War soldiers with facial mutilations.”

Now, who wants cake?

[link, via HuffPo]

Briefcase BBQ Grill

 

When you have a very important meeting in the backyard or at a tailgate, The Darwin Triangular BBQ is here to help. Designed to appear as a stylish briefcase when closed, the grill opens up and will help cook a few burgers. Just make sure that the time you spent grilling is accounted for on your timesheet.

[link, via Gizmodo]

Deep Fried Breakfast Cereal

Good morning, sunshine. Are you in the mood for some cereal? Or, maybe you need some fat in your system to help you feel a bit less stabby this morning? Deep Fried Cereal has you covered — just in case you can’t decide. Brought to us by “Chicken” Charlie Boghosian, Deep Fried Cereal is part of a heavily-battered lineup of foods that have no business in the deep fryer.

Available cereal options include Trix and Cinnamon Toast Crunch, and will make an appearance at this year’s San Diego County Fair. Enjoy responsibly.

[via Incredible Things]

Burritob0t, A 3D Burrito Printer

The Burritob0t, a 3D printer of sorts, is here to help fulfill all of your Tex-Mex desires. No longer will we be burdened with filling and rolling up our own burritos, or ordering the guy at Chipotle to do so.

Created by New York University ITP grad student Marko Manriquez, the prototype and its function are meant to help bring attention to the complexity of the seemingly simple burrito. And, rather than cartridges filled with cyan, magenta, and black — the Burritob0t’s contain crema, guac, and choice of salsa. Pantone fillings cost extra.

[via PSFK]

Foodiggity’s Food Face Dinner Plate Giveaway

Attention aspiring food artists and desktop doodlers… We have a giveaway for you. Seen above is The Food Face Dinner Plate – a blank canvas begging for some creativity. The challenge is simple… Drag this image over to your desktop, and use whatever means necessary to create the coolest Food Face possible.

Whether you use Photoshop, Corel Painter, or print it out and use crayons — send us a message with your entry attached over at Facebook, or send it to chris[at]foodiggity[dot]com. Entries will be posted to our Food Face Giveaway gallery here. The best entry, as judged by our esteemed panel of art critics*, will receive an actual Food Face Dinner Plate – courtesy of The Foodiggity Shop.

And, to help get the creative juices flowing, I took the liberty of starting things off with a self portrait. Go, draw now†

* By “art critics,” we mean a few of Foodiggity’s contributors, who are heavily swayed by “likes” and comments.

† Winning prize is one (1) Food Face Dinner Plate and bragging rights. Contest ends 6/29/12. Winner will be announced 7/2/12. Enter as many times as you’d like. Fans outside of the U.S. are welcome to enter, however only U.S. shipping addresses are eligible to receive the Food Face. Please try to keep the finished product as close to original size as possible, 550 x 463 pixels.