Use the included color filter options to make your pics appear old-school, or shoot some retro-looking video. Although a Japanese product, it is available internationally here.
Archives for February 2013
Our friends over at The Urban Grocer have always had their finger on the pulse of what’s cool in the food world. Now, co-founders Caitlin and Michael are looking to start a food media revolution by creating a new and unique food site. But they need our help.
Caitlin has recently taken the cause to IndieGoGo — starting a fundraising campaign to help make the new Urban Grocer a reality. When complete, the new site hopes to be one of the best food discovery platforms on the internet — providing a unique experience for each visitor, while also connecting emerging food pioneers with urban food communities. Find out more here.
We’ve recently seen food pairings tied together, and Pantone-matching food items. Now, artist David Schwen keeps the trend going with Pantone Pairings. In the series, food items are represented in swatch form to help bring the greatest of dynamic food duos together.
Although, as we all know, bacon matches with everything. See more here.
Find a deity in your grilled cheese sandwich, and there’ll be a line of kooks outside your door for weeks. But if you discover an image on the bottom of your pudding lid, you can simply submit a picture of it to Pictures in the Pudding — sans kooks.
Finding a job is hard, and everyone loves chocolate. Job-seeker “Nicholas” realizes this, and created the Résumé Bar. Printing all of the standard resume ingredients on the wrapper, the contents are an actual chocolate crunch bar that will hopefully sway a few hiring managers. But, what? No cover letter? Next!
[via Incredible Things]