These beautiful crocheted vegetables are brought to us by Japanese artist Itoamika Jung Jung. Let the works act as a reminder to always eat your vegetables… And to wear that sweater your mother made you every once in a while. You’re welcome, Moms.
Combing the comforts of food and fluffy crochet, UK-based artist Kate Jenkins brings us Crocheted Food Art. Most of the works are inspired by Jenkins’ native Britain, with the occasional American comfort food and food product. See more of her work here.
Sure, you could drink your beer from a boring ol’ non-edible glass. Unless of course, that beer is a chocolate stout, and Japanese brewery Sankt Gallen is offering an edible chocolate glass to go with it.
Limited quantities were recently available, but the opportunity to eat/drink chocolate was a little hard to resist and they sold out almost immediately.
If you’re looking to make a statement with your jewelry, and that statement is, “I am fashionable, and enjoy fruit,” then Etsy shop Real Fruit Jewelry is here to help. The Philadelphia-based shop creates completely functional jewelry from actual preserved fruit.
Whether it’s a strawberry necklace, kiwi pendant, or even some tomato earrings — the fruits are expertly preserved and then sealed with a durable, hard, water-resistant glossy finish.
When you’re done pillaging your supermarket’s meat section, and would then like to cook up your bounty — The Pirate Treasure Chest BBQ is here to help.
Brought to us by Etsy member firesculptureart, the fully-functional grill was created to look like an antique wooden treasure chest. It comes complete with a three burner grill chamber, and single burner “Hot slather” simmerin’ oven. So, go ahead and invite your mateys over for a little BBBQ. The extra ‘B’ is for booty.
Behold, the greatest use of yarn since grandma knitted you that itchy holiday sweater. Crocheted Nutella is brought to us by Statigram user bon_chic, where the choco/hazelnut treat gets a worthy tribute. Regardless of how itchy.