So, did you carve a few triangles in a pumpkin for Halloween? Well, the Predator Pumpkin by Artist Ray Villafane, is here to make you feel like crap. Try to have a Happy Halloween.
Perhaps to save space, gas, or all of the above, Austin-based restaurant Verts has launched a food ‘truck’ using a Smart Car. And if you guessed that the mobile Verts would serve sliders or small plates to reflect the car’s diminutive stature, you’d be wrong. Verts actually serves adult portions of Berlin-inspired kebap, after extending a service tent from the hatchback.
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Why should the adults get to have all of the fun on take-out night? Now children, with their inferior motor skills and hand-eye coordination, can get in on the action with Chopstick Kids. While keeping the sticks together, Chopstick Kids can be a great training tool for the aspiring lo mein eater — even if they decide to practice on their mac and cheese.
Chopstick Kids are fun for a girl or a boy, and available at The Foodiggity Shop.
The manipulative food photography seen here, is the work of Belgium-based photographer Jean Francois De Witte. De Witte, having an obvious mastery of food styling and Photoshop, creates slightly mind-bending works of art, with different foodstuffs as the medium of choice. Whether it’s eggplant wine, the blue cheese bullet train, or the meat car — De Witte’s work usually requires a second look.
More works can be found at De Witte’s website.