Laughing Buddha Ice Molds Will Enlighten Any Drink

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If you need to add some much-needed zen to your drink, the Laughing Buddha Ice Mold is here to help.

Capable of making four frozen versions of the enlightened one… slip a tray in the freezer for your next party.

And, if you need to keep some butter cool… Buddha’s got you covered there too. Thanks, big guy.

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Ghostbusters Krispy Kreme Donuts

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Ghostbusters turns 30 this year… and there’s no better way to celebrate, than by filling some donuts with creme and branding them appropriately.

Krispy Kreme is on board with the celebration, and has created two Ghostbuster-themed donuts. One with the unmistakable Ghostbusters logo placed on some green slime. The other with everyone’s favorite giant marshmallow monster, the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man.

Grab a few donuts and catch an anniversary screening of the classic comedy. And, if you can find it, wash them all down with some Ecto Cooler.

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[via Thrillist]

Han Solo In Carbonite Truffles and Other Star Wars Chocolates

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Star Wars-themed chocolates and truffles are brought to us by Sweet Belle Cakes. The spaceship that made the kessel run is 12 parsecs is made of chocolate and filled with sweet filling.

Han Solo in Carbonite will also satisfy your sweet tooth, as will a solid chocolate Death Star. Sadly, the Death Star isn’t filled with yummy stormtroopers.

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[link, via Boing Boing]

Pantone Beer Packaging Matches The Color of The Beer Inside

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If you pick your beer by color, a new packaging project by Spanish creative agency Txaber is just for you. The concept uses Pantone swatches to give you an idea of the beer that lies inside.

Whether you roll with a cold can of 1595 C, or you’re feeling bold and want to throw back a 426 C, the packaging let’s you know what’s in store before you crack it open.

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Daily Spoon, Artist Designs A New Wooden Spoon Every Day For One Year

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The spoon… We know it as the tool used to stir stuff and shovel food into our pie-hole. Artist Stian Korntved Ruud sees the spoon differently — rethinking it via an awesome daily project.

Simply-titled Daily Spoon, Ruud’s project produces a new design for a spoon every day for one year. But rather than the traditional long-handled utensil with shallow bowl, Ruud challenges the form and function, creating beautiful woodworks in the process.

Regardless of the aesthetics, all of Ruud’s spoons are functional, and will certainly help insert food into mouth. See more of the project here.

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[link, via The Fox Is Black]