McDonald’s Big Mac Lifestyle Collection Is Here


If you love Big Macs and you know it, and you really want to show it… McDonald’s Big Mac Collection is here to help.

Launched this week at McWalk fashion show in Stockholm, Sweden — the collection includes bedding, active wear, pet goods and wallpaper.

Although it’s a bit early to determine if this is some sort of sick April Fool’s joke, the merchandise can currently be seen over at the Big Mac Shop.





Big Mac Dog

[link, via AdWeek]

The Burrito Body Pillow Is For The Most Delicious Naps


Remember that recurring dream where you’re snuggling up to a delicious burrito? Now, all of your burrito dreams can come true with The Super Burrito Body Pillow.

Your new snuggle-buddy is handmade by artist and tex-mex enthusiast Lauren O. Venell. However, the best body pillow ever will not come cheap — currently selling for $450. Guacamole dreams are extra.


[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Pop-Tart Stuffed Donuts Exist


How do you improve upon the already perfect donut and the almighty Pop-Tart? If you’re The Donut Bar in southern California, you have the two join forces into one very large treat.

The Big Poppa Tart is the result of stuffing a donut with a Pop-Tart. And, if you’re thinking that this would make for an obscenely large food item, you would be correct. Using a few adults for scale, the Big Poppa Tart appears to be the size of a small toddler.


[link, via Neatorama]

Kit Kat Sandwiches Exist Because Japan


The U.S. loves breaking off pieces of that Kit Kat bar. However, in Japan, Kit Kats are their own sub-culture.

They’ve even been trying to find new ways to enjoy the dual candy bars, evidenced by Kit Kat Sandwiches. The sweet treat is a standard chocolate Kit Kat with whipped cream and orange peel, sandwiched between a bun.

Break me off a piece of that.



[via First We Feast]

Hand Drawn Typography on Food


Here’s one way to get fellow office drones to stop stealing your lunch.

Artist Rob Draper, after successfully marking his coffee, has moved on to creating beautiful works of typography on various foodstuffs.

The inspirational food messages are created by hand, using nothing more than marker and paint. See more of Draper’s work below and over at Instagram. Try some food drawings of your own, and cool it with the passive aggressive notes on the fridge.




[link, via Neatorama]