Judith G. Klausner, an artist based in Somerville MA, wants to remind us of the small and intricate things that we so often take for granted. Her newest project From Scratch, takes a unique approach to exploring the dichotomy of food production, and the inherent beauty of food ephemera.
The Oreo Manhole Cover
The Oreo cookie wafer… It’s round, distinctively embossed, and if oversized and rendered in cast iron, would make an ideal manhole cover. Fortunately, artist Andrew Lewicki was thinking ahead.
Behold the Oreo Manhole Cover. At 28 inches in diameter, and actually cast in iron, the replica chocolate wafer will certainly keep you from falling into any manhole. Unfortunately, it does not come double stuffed.
[via The 6th Floor]
Oreo Doubles Down, Creates The Triple Double
Oreo, not to be outdone by its savory counterparts, recently created the sandwich cookie equivalent of the KFC Double Down. The Oreo Triple Double appears to be the fusion of two Double Stufs, making it four times the fun of the now laughably inferior original Oreo.
The Oscar Robertson of cookies is still in its testing phase, but is being prepped for a national launch shortly. We’re gonna need a bigger glass of milk.
Look to The Cookie: The Importance of Black and White
“Look to the cookie Elaine… Look to the cookie.” ~J. Seinfeld
Black and white. One is the combination of all colors, while the other is the absence of color. When mixed together they make gray. A more boring duo one could not find. However, sometimes these complementary opposites come together to produce greatness. Foodiggity explains.
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