Meat and Cheese Packaging That Tells You The Part of The Animal You’re Getting


When shopping for meat at the supermarket, it’s easy enough to grab whatever the “Manager’s Special” is, and to not pay much attention to exactly what parts you’re buying.

Corella, a small meat and cheese store in Spain, commissioned Fauna to rethink their brand. With fun and education in mind, the minimalist packaging provides a handy diagram of what part of the animal you’ll be buying.

Even the cheeses will make you smarter. Just in case you didn’t know the type of animal it comes from from, and where on its body. Perhaps sometimes it’s best not to know. 

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[via Dieline]

If Ordering A Sandwich Were Like Dealing With A Cable Company


The news that Time Warner Cable and Comcast were merging has not set well with customers, or anyone else who doesn’t like decisions made for them.

However… What if other businesses worked like the cable company? After seeing this comic by Nathan Yaffe at College Humor, let’s just be glad that being force-fed will be limited to only what comes out of your TV.


[link, via 22 Words]

Pasta Shapes For The Depressed


If you don’t know your farfalle from your fettucini, don’t despair. However, if you really couldn’t care less either way — about anything — then you might be able to relate to Pasta Shapes For The Depressed.

Created by artist Gemma Correll, the illustration comes up with fun names for noodles, for those who may have lost interest in pasta night. Just make sure to get the sauce right for your Downward Spirals.

[link, via That's Nerdalicious]

How To Make Eating Sounds In Other Languages


Little did we know that Americans aren’t the only ones who make non-sensical sounds when eating. The International Sounds of Eating, by James Chapman, covers the utterances of various countries.

And speaking of Americans… We were under the impression that our eating sounded more like, “mmerfle, morf, morf, blibb, blibb, blibb.” However, Chapman is currently working on a PhD in physics, so we’ll take his word for it.

[link, via Incredible Things]

Fancy Porcelain Plates Redrawn With Monsters, Robots, and UFOs


If you’d like to lighten the mood at your next fancy dinner party, you might consider taking a cue from Calamityware by artist Don Moyer.

Using a set of dishware given to him by his great-grandparents as inspiration, Moyer added elements such as giant robots and UFOs to the tranquil willow-patterned themes. Hopefully your stuffy friends have a sense of humor.







[link, via designtaxi]