Awesome Dad Makes Full-Color Pancakes For His Kid

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If you’re still serving your kids round beige pancakes… you’re doing it wrong.

Brought to us by Redditor ptgkbgte, these full-color works of pancake art were made by a creative friend of his.

It’s a shame that these need to be totally covered in butter and syrup.

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[link, via Laughing Squid]

Painting With Popsicles, Artist Uses Ice Cream As Paint

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Popsicles… so often they run down your arm and paint your carpets, are now being used by an artist to create masterful paintings.

Using the delicate strokes of a watercolorist, Othman Toma is able to create the soft tones seen in his other works that use actual paint. These paintings however are far more yummy, and you can indulge on any unused medium. See more here

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[link, via Lost At E Minor]

Famous People and Pop Culture Characters Made From Peanuts

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Steve Casino is a ‘painter of nuts.’ And, rather than squandering his talent on walnut landscapes or abstract cashews, Casino puts it to use creating celebrity peanuts.

Casino hand-paints anyone from Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Lee, and Hulk… recreating the subject’s likeness to perfection, while adding equally disproportionate limbs. So much better then tacky walnuts.

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[link, via The Awesomer]

Pangraph, A Spirograph For Pancakes

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Why make boring round pancakes, when you can enjoy yummy math spirals? Nathan of Saipancakes is back with his brand of above-average flapjacks, and something called the Pangraph.

Inspired by the Spirograph, a toy originally released the 60s, Nathan constructed his own version of the contraption that would hold his pancake batter dispenser, and fit right over his pan.

The results are nothing short of awesome. And Pangraphcakes are much more satisfying than the multi-colored pen spirals that you created as a kid. Now we just need a spiraly thingy to apply the syrup.

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Creepy Portraits Created By Covering Models in Junk Food

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Artist James Ostrer recently created a series of grotesque portraits titled Wotsit all about – covering models with various forms of junk food.

Presented as a commentary on the dangerous methods of mass food production and our sugar obsession, Osterer takes advantage of the vibrant artificial colors of various junk foods and candies to create very bright and creepy portraits. See more of the project here.

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[link, via Junk Culture]