Cuppaday, A Creative Art Project That Makes Use of Empty Coffee Cups

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What to do with all of those disposable coffee cups? Well, if you’re creative and have some time to spare, you can use them to create a daily art project.

Cuppaday is an art series by Sydney-based artist Paul Garbett, where he upcycles an empty disposable coffee cup every day into a new cylindrical work of art. Check out more from the series below.

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[link, via Lost At E Minor]

The Lunchbox Dad Creates Cute Lunchbox Meals For His Kids

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Having trouble getting the kids to eat a healthy lunch? Perhaps you’re not making their lunchboxes adorable enough.

San Francisco-based father and blogger Beau Coffron, a.k.a. Lunchbox Dad, creates cute pop culture-inspired lunches every week for his two kids.

Compartmentalized, bento-style, his kids are treated to anything from a few banana minions to Captain America’s shield. Most would have trouble digging into Kermit’s head, but as long as the kids are eating healthy.

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[link, via Laughing Squid]

Shark Pancakes

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Is it Shark Week yet? Because, we might already know what we’re having for breakfast. Shark Pancakes are brought to us by pancake artist Nathan Shields of Saipancakes.

Butter up a Mako or Hammerhead, add syrup and dive in. If you’ll be trying a Great White, we’re gonna need a bigger plate.

[link, via Neatorama]

Broccoli Sweetheart Carving by Brock Davis

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Our favorite artist and food-player Brock Davis is at it again. This time, he’s expressing his love, with a Broccoli Sweetheart Carving. He just forgot to make it official with “4-EVA.” Perhaps it’s on the cauliflower.

If you do not already do so, follow Brock’s Instagram… It’s pretty awesome.

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Bird Illustrations Made From Food

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A Tribute to Budgie is a creative illustration series by food stylist Anna Keville Joyce. Created with all edible items, Joyce arranges them on plates, with the ingredients close by. Just so you don’t have to ask what’s in your bird food.

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[link, via TAXI]