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Food Photography

Sarah Illenberger

December 10, 2010

Christopher Jobson

A fun series of limited edition prints by German photographer Sarah Illenberger. Her portfolio is chock full of incredible imagery.

 

 



Design Food

Please Read Responsibly: A 12-Part Detective Series Printed On Beer Labels

December 1, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Massachusetts microbrewery Just Beer has released a limited edition case of IPA with a 12-chapter detective melodrama printed on the labels.

“The Case of the IPA” is a hard-boiled detective farce printed chapter by chapter on 12 bottles of a newly released India Pale Ale. Each 22 ounce bottle not only has 22 ounces of brilliantly deduced IPA, but also 1 of the 12 chapters of the story. Each case has 12 bottles, which makes for the entire tale told in a case. And so, the Case of the IPA is indeed a case of the IPA.

Brewed by Harry Smith, written by Paul Goodchild.

 

 



Design Food

Vegetal Screen by Vertilignes

November 11, 2010

Christopher Jobson

The Vegetal Screen DIVA is a wall-mounted garden for inside your home that accommodates up to 28 plants. Although the site says it’s patented I think it’s still in prototype mode. (via notcot)

 

 



Design Food

Every Drop Counts Soup Bowls

November 10, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Tilted bowls with stories and graphics that reveal themselves as you eat, for sale over at Hidden Art (£18).

 

 



Design Food

Dead Sexy Chocolate Design by Chocolate Editions

November 9, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Wipe the drool off your keyboard and head over to Chocolate Editions for their latest striped chocolate bar series including flavors like tangerine, caramel, and strawberry. The new bars were inspired by a painting by Sol LeWitt.

 

 



Animation Food Music

Video from OK Go: Last Leaf

November 9, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Do these guys ever rest? (via coudal)

 

 



Design Food

Dentsu Vending Machine Grows 20,000 Heads of Lettuce a Year

November 2, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Did the apocalypse ruin your crops this year? We’ve got you covered. Made in Japan by Dentsu the portable Chef’s Farm can harvest up to 60 heads of lettuce daily without a bit of sunlight. The idea is to provide locally-sourced vegetables to restaurants without the need for transportation. One thing remains unclear: how much water, electricity, and nutrients must be continually pumped into this $90,000 garden to produce such massive quantities of tasty tasty vegetation. Regardless, a pretty brilliant concept. (via treehugger)