Sushi Chef Rolls Up Awesome Illustrations


Using rice and seaweed as his medium, sushi chef Tama-chan rolls up beautiful illustrations. Keep in mind that the patterns must be carried all the way through the sushi roll and fully-realized before they’re rolled and sliced. Awesome work.




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Know Your Ronies: The Plethora of Pasta Permutations Poster


If you still call all noodles “pasketties,” perhaps it’s time to get educated on your pasta. The Plethora of Pasta Permutations, by Pop Chart Lab, is here to help — pointing out hundreds of different pasta types and techniques via awesome poster.

For instance… Did you know that rigatoni isn’t even the fattest member of the “short and ridged” family? And, that there’s actually some fancy name for Spaghetti-Os. Mind, blown.


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Latte Art, An Instagram Stop-Motion Animation


Latte art is all the rage… So is short stop-motion videos created on your smartphone. Latte Art by Rachel Ryle then makes perfect sense — combining the two hot trends into one.

So, what’s a guy gotta do to get a vintage half-caf skim macchiato around here?

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Portraits of Famous People Made With Spilled Food and Drinks


French artist Vivi Mac spills drinks and food on purpose to create portraits of famous figures. The series, officially-titled Art Ephemere, includes The Mona Lisa in barbecue sauce, and a Chocolate Milk Gandhi that are near flawless — albeit messy. And, don’t cry, but there’s a Bruce Lee in spilled milk.

See a lot more food art from Vivi Mac at her Facebook page.





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Harry Potter-Inspired Beer Labels


Harry Potter & the Beer is a pun-fueled series of beer labels based on the titles of all seven Harry Potter books.

Brought to us by artist Anita Brown, she conjures up such brews as Sorcerer’s Stout, Pilsner of Azkaban, and Heffe-Blonde Prince. Now if only most Harry Potter fans were old enough to drink. Please enjoy responsibly…

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