Homer Simpson Wine

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Although, wine might be a little too high-brow for Homer Simpson, designers Constantin Bolimond and Dmitry Patsukevich brings us a Simpsons-inspired wine.

Claiming to have been created 25 years ago “as an experiment to make people speculate as to what’s actually in the wine bottle,” the design is inspired by the minimalist style of Mondrian.

Whether there’s an actual wine in the bottle is up for debate… although we think the bottle copy is a cryptic message that simply refers to the television series itself. All design and no wine makes Homer something, something.

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[link, via Gizmodo]

A Hershey’s Bar Resume Makes For Sweet Job Hunting

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These days, job hunting sucks. That is, unless you’re a hiring manger, where you’ll receive plenty of free beer, cookies, and candy.

Designer Matthew Hirsch is one of the latest job-seekers to get creative with their resume. Taking full advantage of his last name and his design skills, he created the Hirschy’s Bar resume — a play on an actual Hershey’s bar. The ingredients are listed as Matthew’s qualifications and experience, along with his contact info.

On a completely unrelated note, Foodiggity is currently hiring… Please send your chocolate bars to be considered.

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[link, via designtaxi]

Clothes As Food, An Ad Series Encouraging You To Donate Your Wearables

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Shopping Itaguaçu is an advertising initiative encouraging people to donate clothes to the needy. Brought to us by Brazil-based BZZ Propaganda, clothes are formed into yummy-looking food, asking that we not let our old wearables turn into moth-feed.

“Don’t let your clothes turn into food for moths. Donate.
Leave your donations at the mall until July 1st and let them warm the most needy.”

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[via Ads of The World]

Monomyth, A Typeface Made From Laser Cut Pasta

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The possibilities for 3D-printing technology are endless. So, creating an edible typeface made from pasta seemed inevitable.

Monomyth, created by UK-based Sawdust, whips up a few sheets of pasta – then laser cuts it into an awesome font series, worthy of any spaghetti-related ad you might be working on.

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[link, via designtaxi]

Pop Culture Characters Reimagined As Cheeseburgers

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We’ve all been hungry enough, where everything starts to look like cheeseburgers. Artist Philip Tseng recently created the series What If They Were Cheeseburgers? to toy with our emotions, turning pop culture characters into the object of our desire.

Fattening up a few superheroes such as Batman and Wolverine makes them more burger-like, while Mario isn’t much of a stretch. See more at Tseng’s site here.

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[link, via designtaxi]