Steak Wrapping Paper For Your Grade-A Gifts


When cheeseburger wrapping paper isn’t sophisticated enough, you’ll need to wrap that present in some steak. Brought to us by Gift Couture, the same maker of Cheeseburger Wrapping Paper, comes The Steak Set.

Pre-orders for the meaty wrapping paper have begun on Kickstarter. The $15 set includes 2 sheets of steak paper and 1 sheet of cutting board paper. A $20 pledge receives 2 sheets of steak paper, 1 sheet of cutting board paper, 1 sheet of white butcher paper, twine, a meat tray, and gift label.




Bauhaus Food


For those not familiar with paintings from the Bauhaus, it’s simple… There were a lot of shapes. Actually, the entire art movement was about simplicity, producing paintings as well as architecture, sculpture, and furniture design that relied on the minimal.

Recently, Berlin-based photographers Nicky&Max took up the movement, creating a food photo series using Bauhaus as inspiration. Spoiler Alert: There’s a lot of food cut into simple shapes.




[link, via TAXI]

Record Packaging Made From Sugar


What artists have to do to sell an album these days. Well, making the album out of a giant block of sugar is a good start. For Beacon’s first LP The Ways We Separate, Brooklyn-based sculptor Fernando Mastrangelo created a 13″x13″ cast sugar housing for the vinyl record.

And everyone loves sugar… You’ll just have to explain to your friends what vinyl is. The limited edition is available for pre-order here.



[link, via The Fox Is Black]

Famous Works of Art Recreated on Toast


The Art Toast Project gives boring toasted bread a much-needed upgrade. Brought to us by Norwegian artist Ida Skivenes – famous works by Monet, Van Gogh, Pollock and others are recreated using various food items with toast as the canvas.

And it’s all documented on Instagram… See more of the project here.






[link, via Laughing Squid]

When Jesus Shows Up In Food


Jesus is omnipresent. At least that’s what we’re taught in Sunday school. And, if we’re to believe that Jesus is everywhere, then it only makes sense that he would occasionally make an appearance in our favorite foods.

Here are a few examples of Jesus showing up unexpectedly while people are simply trying to enjoy lunch. And remember, if you’d like to intentionally print Jesus on your food, we’ve got you covered.

Grilled Cheese

Frying Pan




Fish Stick

Potato Chip

[intentional Jesus here, photos via Buzzfeed]