If you like your carbs with a little metal, there’s Motörbread.
Bread… It makes sandwiches and croutons possible, and is a great resting place for soft butter. Now, bread is here to help provide some mood lighting.
Pampshade, created by Japanese artist, Yukiko Morita, is a series of bread lamps. The best part, is that Pampshades are made from actual loaves, buns and croissants. The breads are coated in resin and given a battery insert or power cord. Find out more about the carby lamps here.
Apparently in Japan, if you’re making a sandwich with bread that isn’t bunny-shaped, you’re doing it wrong.
Bunny Bread is the latest quirky food trend from our friends in Japan. Whether it’s an ordinary loaf that happens to be bunny-shaped, or large rolls with bunny faces on them — as long as there’s long ears involved, it’s officially rabbit-bread season in Japan.
京成バラ園 隣のパン屋さんで、うさぎパン pic.twitter.com/W2GaAje3Gv
— usa41 (@usa41) May 16, 2016
パン屋Now♪、、今日も面白パン発見（笑）ゼリー・ビーンズの耳が可愛いな♪うさぎパン^ ^ pic.twitter.com/7y8zMmNEju
— gts (@gts1961) February 28, 2016
— momoiro＊3/18-20gg展 (@MkinokoM) March 3, 2017
Imagine a superhero team that are defenders of carbs and vanquishers of gluten-free lifestyles. The Bread Avengers are the heroes we deserve.
Brought to us by redditor, hvitdverg, the team includes Tony Starch, Black Widough, Thortilla Odinson, Hawkrye, Captain Apple Pie, The Inedible Hulk, Loki Loafeyson, and agent Phil Crumbson. Carbs assemble!
Totally collectible, as each Bread Cat has a unique facial expression — Kim is currently taking pre-orders for the next batch.