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.
The meals were originally created as a fun way to get her daughter to eat — even if the poor girl had to bite the heads off of characters such as Snoopy and Batman. The series has since spawned one of the more popular Instagram accounts of its kind, with over 224,000 followers. See more from Lee’s awesome project here.
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.
If you have some old toy animals laying around, and need to keep your cob in place, Animal Corn Holders are here to help. Inspired by a previous ceramic version, Mike over at Instructables came up with a fun plastic alternative.
All you’ll need is the aforementioned toy animals, some store-bought corn holders and a few other tools. The best part… You can put the animal back together when they don’t have a huge cob in place of their body.