If celebrities and the questionably famous were made from food, they’d probably need to be renamed appropriately. Artist Justine Morrison knows this, and has created this fun illustration series of celebrity food puns.
Illustrator Random Cushing likes to travel. He’s also a talented artist who likes burritos. Win, win, win.
His project, The North American Adventurer’s Guide To Burritos, not only documents Cushing’s US-wide burrito consumption, but comes complete with an original illustration and a thorough grading system for each.
Keep up with Random’s travels and burrito-eating here.
Artist Nady Nadhira‘s illustrations are cute enough on their own. However, when the drawings are completed with the appropriate snack or candy, they reach new levels of adorbz.
Biscuits become Pac-man, M&Ms are the balloons that lift the Up house, and Oreos are used for eyes — the art is fun to look at and I want to eat it right now. See more below and over at Instagram.
What better way to learn fun facts about food, than with cartoons and clever puns. That wasn’t a question… there is in fact no better way.
Food For Thought, by artist Siow Jun, gives us a lesson in food, while providing some eye candy and clever wordplay. Who knew that avocados are made up almost entirely of fat. That wasn’t a question either… we will not have you talking bad about avocados around here.
Please enjoy some learning and cartoons below, or over at Jun’s Behance site.
We all know what the Starbucks Mermaid looks like from behind… But what’s going on beyond the green circle?
Artist Abe Green, through some creative illustration on Starbucks cups, reveals the Secret Life of The Starbucks Siren.
Who knew that she actually likes to ride a bicycle, spends time as a LEGO minifigure, or likes to fish… even if she’s kinda one herself? See more below and over at Abe’s site here.
[link, via designtaxi]