Unbelievable Spreads Besides ‘I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter’


If you still can’t believe it’s not butter, then you probably question the authenticity of all condiments and spreadable foodstuffs.

Artist Gemma Correll has come up with a few of these questionable items with her comic, More Unbelievable Spreads. Just beware of fake hummus… that stuff’s no joke.

[link, via Laughing Squid]

This Guy Makes Other Peoples’ Instagram Photos More Interesting By Drawing On Them


Everybody on Instagram thinks that their photos are awesome. However, when an artist such as Suraj Sirohi gets a hold of your silly faux-vintage photography, he improves them with illustration.

Created on his new Galaxy Note 3 Neo, mundane food photos become more interesting with Sirohi’s doodles. For example, your humdrum picture of oranges would’ve received a lot more likes, had there been faces on them in the first place.

See more below and over at Instagram here.







If Famous Movie Directors Were Chefs

steven-spielbergMovie directors, more than any other creative professionals, will often adapt a certain style, and then use said style until everything they do feels like a parody.

Brought to us by Cheekylicious, What If These Movie Directors Were Culinary Artists shows us how a few of the most well-known directors would fare as chefs.

Steven Spielberg would obviously make family-friendly meals, while Tim Burton would over-cook every one of Johnny Depp’s meals. Sadly, there’s no Tarantino, who would probably serve breakfast for dinner.



[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Cereal Monsters Get Real In This Creepy Art Series


Cereal Monsters can be adorable, and all they want to do is endorse their delicious breakfast cereals. However, at the end of the day, Count Chocula, Frankenberry and Boo Berry are still monsters.

Artist Mike Burns got serious with these cereal peddlers, depicting them as actual creepy monsters. Prints of Count Chocula, Frankenberry, and Boo Berry can be found here. Sadly, we don’t get to see Fruit Brute howling at the moon. Now, we wait.




[link, via GeekAlerts]

Coffee Monsters, Coffee Spills Turned Into Adorable Monsters


Coffee spills are gonna happen. So, why not make these unfortunate little accidents as adorable as possible?

Coffee Monsters, by German creative professional Stefan Kuhnigk, sees the potential in these brown splotches. After some pencil to paper, Stefan turns coffee spills into adorable little creatures.

Although Stefan’s first spill was an accident that he made the best of, we assume that the 300 Coffee Monsters that followed were done on purpose. Check out more below and over at Kuhnigk’s Instagram.