Hand Drawn Typography on Food

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Here’s one way to get fellow office drones to stop stealing your lunch.

Artist Rob Draper, after successfully marking his coffee, has moved on to creating beautiful works of typography on various foodstuffs.

The inspirational food messages are created by hand, using nothing more than marker and paint. See more of Draper’s work below and over at Instagram. Try some food drawings of your own, and cool it with the passive aggressive notes on the fridge.

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[link, via Neatorama]

Artist Creates Beautiful Paintings With Coffee

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There is little that coffee cannot do. It makes mornings tolerable, gives people an excuse to pretend to be busy at Starbucks, and it occasionally acts as a perfectly acceptable art medium.

Artist Maria A. Aristidou knows how to use coffee to its full potential, creating beautiful works of art with nothing more than brewed coffee and a brush set.

The result is spot-on pop culture characters, with their shadows and highlights determined by the amount of coffee used. Check out more of Aristidou’s work over at Instagram.

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[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Vegetarian Food Art Is Your Adorbz of The Day

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Proving that fruits and vegetables can be cute too, Hong Kong-based cook SimC creates adorable food art scenes, with no meat anywhere in sight.

Most of the art includes pop culture characters such as Snoopy, Pikachu, Nemo and Hello Kitty — made from various foodstuffs that are almost too cute to eat. Even if none of the ingredients are pork or beef-related. See more below, or over at SimC’s Facebook.

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[link, via Incredible Things]

50 Shades of Food, A Photo Spoof of Fifty Shades of Grey Featuring Food and Sex Toys

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With the film version of Fifty Shades of Grey finally unleashed, the harsh reviews and parodies of the film are plentiful. Which leads us to 50 Shades of Food by photographer Bryan Regan.

The series, juxtaposing submissive humans for food items, includes a donut on a butt plug, a nimple-clamped lemon, and a poor little tied-up honey bear. At the very least, 50 Shades of Food could be a bit hunger-inducing… whether you’re “into that sort of thing” or not.

More can be found below and over at Regan’s site here. Sorta NSFW.

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[link, via Feature Shoot]

Pizza Is The New Black, A Series of Monochromatic ‘Pizza’ With Unusual Toppings

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What actually constitutes a pizza? It needs to be round, sometimes square, with a base preferably made of dough. Then it needs to have stuff on it.

With those criteria in mind, Pizza Is The New Black is a series of the most interesting pizza we’ve seen in a while. The monochromatic photos include a pizza representing one color — including the dough and background. The toppings, although mostly inedible, are only meant to blend into its color scheme.

The series is brought to us by design studio Black Pizza, chef Julie Basset and photographer Erwan Fichou. One yellow pizza with extra rubber ducky, please!

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[link, via TAXI]