When you start seeing architecture as food, either it’s time for lunch, or you’re the creator of Gastro-Architecture.
Illustrator and art director of The New York Times Book Review, Nicholas Blechman, sees architecture as edible or as a food tool, and he’s got the adorable cartoon series to prove it.
Whether it’s the Fifth Avenue Apple Store as an ice cube, or the Cathedral of Brasilia as a crown roast, the playful series will have you looking at buildings in an entirely different way. Except art deco… very unappetizing.
[link, via designtaxi]