An identity created by Caleb Owen Everitt for the Chop Shop in Austin, TX. It manages to maintain the heritage and integrity of an old-school butcher shop while still feeling innovative. Plus it involves meat, which is good.
German photographer Oliver Schwarzwald recently completed a series of photographs depicting breakfasts eaten in different countries around the world. We can’t help but think that there are exclusions of some breakfast culture that we would like to have seen. But great technique and concept nonetheless.
As a red-blooded American, my only question is; Where are the Pop-Tarts and mochaccinos at?
[via Boing Boing]
From photographer christ(ine)’s Flickr stream is this ode to everyone’s favorite hot sauce. This embroidery is cool for a number of reasons; it shows incredible attention to detail, and is further proof that this Thai-inspired hot sauce is as addictive as sugar-coated crack.
Here at foodiggity, we also have been known to drink the Sriracha-flavored Kool-Aid.