Move over, Cthurkey, there’s a new tentacled foodstuff to haunt your meal.
Brought to us by master fruit-carver, Valeriano Fatica, the scary watermelon will call to you for a proper picnic. See how it’s done below.
Don’t worry, these warriors may have noodle arms, plastic weapons and flimsy styrofoam armor — but they will fight ’til the death of your hunger.
Noodle Warriors were created by Japanese artist, Taishi Arimura. Using every component of an instant noodle package, Taishi not only brings these sodium-laden soldiers to life, but gives them battle-ready poses and utensil weapons. See more Noodle Warriors below and over on Instagram.
Grab your flannel, a fork, and get ready for some Lumberjack Cake.
Brought to us by Sugar Geek Show, the cake is made by meticulously layering shades of red and black cake. It’s then covered with brown marshmallow fondant to create the tree bark.
Add an edible axe, and the manliest dessert on earth is ready to be consumed. See how it’s done below.
Artist Yuni Yoshida is a master at hi-res photo manipulation. That is until she decides to blur things up and create pixelated food.
Titled, Pixelated, Yuni expertly cuts various foods to create larger pixels combined with an in-focus food item. Check out how a burger goes lo-res, or various fruits go old-school graphics.
Food artist and self-taught baker, Vickie Liu, makes donuts and other sweet treats. And, her creations may be the most adorable desserts ever.
Liu, drawing from her love of pop culture, creativity, and kawaii, invents animals such as a unicorn-whale hybrid and recreates Star Wars and Winnie the Pooh characters.
Check out more below and over on Instagram.