Hot Pepper Gummies Made From Real Chillies


Everything is better in gummy-form. Even if it’s a gelatinous way of burning your face off.

Spicy Gummy Peppers are here to do just that, with three candy peppers made from real chillies. Three levels of heat provide some variety too, with a gummy ghost chili, habanero, and jalapeño.



Gummi Bear Cereal, Sort of


When you’d like to start the day off as gummy as possible, Gummi Bears Cereal is here to help. Actually, it’s nothing more than an enormous box of real gummi bears made to look like cereal packaging. But we won’t tell… Breakfast is served!

Sure, you’ll crash hard around 10:30, but that breakfast buzz was pretty awesome. Plus, you’ll get your recommended daily value of gummi. Available here.



Gummy Humans, 3D-Printed Gummy Versions of Actual People


Why should adorable little bears be the only ones who can have their heads bitten off? FabCafe, in honor of the Asian holiday White Day, has organized an event in which they will create gummy replicas of actual men to give to their significant other.

Officially titled, White Day “Gummy Man” 3D Workshop, the March 14th holiday is a day for men to reciprocate the gifts given to them on Valentine’s Day. But what if she likes Gummy You better?


[via Spoon & Tamago]

The Best Hyperrealistic Paintings of Gummy Bears That You’ll See Today


If you were looking to be teased with enticing images of gummy candies that you can’t have — then you’ve come to the right place. Artist Jeanne Vadeboncoeur created these hyperrealistic paintings of gummy bears, that appear real enough to be able to reach into the screen, smoosh ’em, and bite their little heads off. At least that’s how I roll.

Judging by how near perfect these paintings are, you’d think that Vadeboncoeur must surely focus all of her attention and talent into gummy bears and other gelatinous treats — but, no. Vadeboncoeur actually does equally well with donuts, cupcakes, and other creme-filled and defunct food items.




[link, via Design Taxi]

Have a Light Lunch with The Edible Desk Lamp

Working through lunch again, and can’t get away from your desk? Lucky for you, New York-based artist Victor Vetterlein has come up with an edible desk lamp. Officially-titled Bite Me, the lamp is made from vegetable glycerin and agar, with an embedded LED light source.

Once the LED is removed and the lamp is softened in water, it can be consumed, and you can get back to work. Have fun doing those expense reports in the dark, office drone. Bite Me will be available soon in four flavors — orange, cherry, blueberry and apple.

[link, via Gizmodo]