Baking is Gangsta With Rapper Cookie Stamps


Nothing says ‘gangsta’ quite like a nice warm batch of cookies. So, Baking With My Homies Cookie Stamps make total sense. Whether you’re East coast, West Coast, or anywhere in between — you’ll be a hit with the kids, and at the next bake sale.

Pay homage to a few fallen hip-hoppers with 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G, or Eazy-E cookies. Make these your Christmas cookies and you’ll really earn some street cred this holiday.

Baking With My Homies come in a set of three. They’re available at The Foodiggity Shop. [$9.99]

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Just Another Jello Brick in The Wall


Brooklyn-based artists Lisa Hein and Robert Seng create jiggly walls made of Jello.

Bruise (pictured above) is the latest Jello wall built by the duo. It was assembled over three weeks using Jello and mortar mixed – cooked and assembled on site, with lower layers decaying early on in the process. All in all, it’s just another jello brick in the wall.



[link, via Neatorama]

Nana Splits, The Rapping Banana That Urges Us To Butter Ya’ Self


Yo, yo… Nana Splits, y’all. The hip-hoppiest of all bananas has a new music video, Butter Ya’Self, that’s mostly about how great it is to be a rich banana.

Nana Splits is accompanied by his fellow foodstuffs, ButterKrust and Sweet Cream, who lay down sick beats quick enough, that Nana doesn’t go and get all moldy in the process.

Heads up… The video contains NSFW language, food porn, and teeth-chattering bass. Enjoy.

[link, via Gizmodo]

Lionel Richie’s Head From His ‘Hello’ Video Made From Chocolate


You may recognize this version of singer Lionel Richie’s head from his infamous Hello video. Well, it’s finally gotten the reproduction that it’s deserved, ever since that sweet blind lady carved it back in the 80s.

Brought to us by Firebox, the Lionel Richie Chocolate Head is 3D-printed from 9kg of solid Belgian chocolate, and takes about two weeks to complete. That is if today weren’t April 1st, which it is, making Richie’s head the April Fool’s joke that you were looking for.


How To Make A Pipe Organ Out Of Pringles Cans


Once you get your hand unstuck from inside them… What are you going to do with all of those empty Pringles cans? If you like musical instruments and own a glue gun, you could make a Pringles Pipe Organ.

Brooklyn artist collective Fall On Your Sword recently cut, hot-glued, and assembled the colorful Pringles cans into a fully-functional musical instrument. Just try not to get your hand stuck in the organ.






[link, via First We Feast]