Dad Draws Fun Illustrations On His Kids’ Lunch Bananas


We’ve covered our fair share of banana art and cool parents who like to make their kids’ lunch more interesting. Now, these two worlds collide with these fun banana illustrations.

Brought to us by Alex Feliciano, after being asked by his wife to simply write his kids’ names on their lunchbox banana, took it a few steps further. And, without puncturing the skin, the bananas won’t be a brown squishy mess by lunchtime. Nice work, dad.





[link, via designtaxi]

Recipe Tattoos, For When You Need To Cheat At Cooking


Traditional cookbooks are so over, and you’re probably a fan of crib notes. I Tradizionali is a fun project created by Marina Cinciripini and Sarah Richiuso. 

The series consists of recipes that can be applied to the body as temporary tattoos. It’s the perfect way to sneakingly reference your info, without missing a beat at the stove.

I Tradizionali currently contains only a few tattoos, including ‘Grandmother’s Artichokes’ and ‘Spaghetti with Dry Tomatoes and Anchovies.’ The project is currently seeking funds for more recipes and mass-production over at Eppela



[link, via First We Feast]

Bird Illustrations Made From Food


A Tribute to Budgie is a creative illustration series by food stylist Anna Keville Joyce. Created with all edible items, Joyce arranges them on plates, with the ingredients close by. Just so you don’t have to ask what’s in your bird food.




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Decoding Your Menu, A Fun Illustrated Guide For Restaurant Patrons


If those little icons on your restaurant menu get confusing, it’s ok. Illustrator Gemma Correll is here to help, with a handy illustrated guide, Decoding your Menu.

Although you’ll probably never get to see a pentagram, which would allow you to pick from a Heavy Metal Menu… You never know when you’ll need to be careful about your Peanuts™ allergy.


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]