Food And Everyday Objects Juxtaposed Is Serious Design

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Food and art come together once again. This time, foodstuffs and everyday objects combine to mess with our minds.

Serious Design is an art series by Matija Erceg, that combines ordinary foods with ordinary objects. The result… vegetable crayons, meat purses, and jazz turkeys. See more below and over at Instagram.

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[link, via this isn’t happiness]

Wonka Bar With Golden Ticket Cookie

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I’ve got a gol-den tic-ket!!… sing it with me!! You too can participate in a musical number with your golden ticket, just like Charlie Bucket.

Brought to us by SweetAmbs, the Wonka Bar Golden Ticket Cookie will have you singing, and possibly dancing with your bedridden grandpa. Meeting a chocolate-making recluse, not included. See the full tutorial here.

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This Guy Makes Other Peoples’ Instagram Photos More Interesting By Drawing On Them

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Everybody on Instagram thinks that their photos are awesome. However, when an artist such as Suraj Sirohi gets a hold of your silly faux-vintage photography, he improves them with illustration.

Created on his new Galaxy Note 3 Neo, mundane food photos become more interesting with Sirohi’s doodles. For example, your humdrum picture of oranges would’ve received a lot more likes, had there been faces on them in the first place.

See more below and over at Instagram here.

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How To Find The Speed Of Light Using Peeps

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Peeps owe their color, gelatinousness, and very existence to science. So, it only makes sense that they pay it back, by lending themselves to a scientific experiment.

Finding The Speed of Light with Peeps, by NPR’s Skunk Bear, is a very fun way to come up with how fast light travels. It’s actually quite simple, and a fun little project that you can do with the kids… if they don’t eat all the Peeps first. Science!!

[link, via Mental Floss]