Although the process of creating one is a bit involved — a sweet logo awaits once the cake is cut into. Please RT, and try to keep yours under 140 calories.
Fed up with the self-taken pictures and “look at me” mentality of some social media users, artist Mike Mellia has responded with a fun series of guerilla art, and his own version of the dreaded “selfie.”
In his series, Self-Absorbed, Mellia uses pictures of himself to rebrand and repackage some well-known products — then places them in supermarkets, bodegas and people’s homes around New York to act his own “status update.”
“With our self-portraits shared through social media, everyone now creates their own ‘brand’,” he said. “This product placement project reimagines some of the most famous branding icons in American advertising.”
At the time of this writing, our number of followers on both platforms has become the same — 1854. So, we thought it would be a good opportunity for a little social media throwdown. Now that it’s all knotted up, we’re racing to get to 2000 followers on Twitter and Facebook. And people are going to win stuff.
So, fans of Foodiggity, it’s simple… The first platform to hit 2000 will host a monster giveaway. Suggest us to your friends and followers, and fans who mention this giveaway (hashtag #foodiggity2k on Twitter, like or share our Facebook post) will be entered to win stuff from The Foodiggity Shop. And if you’re not already following us, do so.
Social Media Donuts, Jerky Underwear, and The Best Instant Noodles… It’s Foodiggity’s Best of The Week
This is the droid you’re cooking for… R2-D2 Apron
A language we can all understand… Social Media Explained With Donuts
Spice things up… Beef Jerky Underwear
Green meat tornado… Ron Swanson Meets Dr. Seuss
Instant Gratification… The Top Ten Instant Noodles In The World
Too soon?… Famous Explosions Recreated With Cauliflower
Are you still having trouble understanding some social media platforms? Well, it’s finally been explained using a language we can all understand — donut consumption. But I still don’t get Google+.
[via Squid Ink]