Massive Attack’s ‘Teardrop’ Played With Fruits and Vegetables


Music producer Jonathan Dagan, a.k.a. j.viewz, recently visited the produce section, and then recreated Massive Attack’s “Teardrop” with fruits and vegetables.

After first hooking up strawberries, grapes, eggplant, carrots and mushrooms to his keyboard and turntable — Dagan is able to reproduce the sounds of the electronica classic.

Check it out below, and then go ahead and stream Blue Lines for the remainder of the day. You’re welcome.

[link, via Lost At E Minor]

Aveggies, A Sesame Street Avengers Parody Starring Fruit and Veggie-Themed Superheroes


Avengers: Age of Ultron is about to make ninety-trillion dollars at the box office… give or take. So, it only makes sense that the movie gets its proper Sesame Street parody.

Aveggies: Age of Bon Bon is a fruit and vegetable-themed superhero flick, starring plant-based protagonists. Dr. Brownie, Onion Man, Captain Americauliflower, Black Bean Widow, Mighty Corn, and Zuchin-eye team up to battle the evil Bon Bon and giant cookie spaceships.

The puns and Muppet violence is plentiful. We won’t give away the ending, but let’s just say that another giant green monster comes to the rescue. Please watch this…


Fruit and Vegetable Animal Sculptures Is Your Adorbz For The Day


Now here’s a great way to get your fruits and vegetables, kids. Artist Al “Mode” Matthews creates the most adorable animal scenes, using various forms of produce.

The Organimals also receive an appropriately punny name… A Dolphinana, Applephants, and a Swalrus are just a few of the animal/produce hybrids. Check out more below and here.





[link, via Laughing Squid]

Winston The Dog Is The Subject of a Food Photo Series After Raiding The Fridge

photos: Scott Cromwell

Dogs, when they’re not destroying your couch or raiding the fridge, can be pretty awesome. Winston The Dog does a little bit of everything — mostly awesome.

After his owner, photographer Scott Cromwell, documented him ridding the fridge of hot dogs — Winston became the subject of a healthy-eating photo series.

The extremely obedient dog can be seen in the series with various fruits balanced on his head, and a colorful background to match. Good dog.







[link, via Design You Trust]

The Cut, A Stop-Motion Animation of Cross-Sectioned Fruits and Vegetables


The next time we’re doing something as mundane as slicing fruits and vegetables, perhaps we should take a second to appreciate what’s going on inside.

Photographer Carl Pendle is not only aware of the beauty hidden in the cross-sections of fruits and vegetables, but he created The Cut — a stop-motion film that shows the process of exposing fruit’s and vegetable’s innards, set to a sick beat. Check it out, and perhaps it’ll to get you in the mood to slice stuff.

[link, via Laughing Squid]