What Your Style of Eggs Say About You by Bite.ca. Not much to say but we’ll let it speak for itself. Either you’re laughing or quietly brooding about something this may have revealed. Enjoy your day. And your eggs.
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I feel like I’ve seen something along these lines from one of those “things are better in the future!” 1950′s reels. I could be wrong. Either way, the future is apparently here. No word on whether it’s any better. Someone is making an effort though. In about the space a normal toaster oven takes up someone’s figured out a way to incorporate a toaster, coffee maker, and a tiny griddle. No doubt it’s a jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none kind of compromise, but it’s a neat idea. And at a shade under $40 it’s not a particularly expensive one either. If you’re short on counter space, lazy, or just dig quirky kitchen appliances this could be just the ticket to your morning nirvana. That or something you’ll buy, use twice, then allow to collect dust for a year before donating to Goodwill.
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Artist Andrew Lewicki wants to
raise the hackles of incredibly sue happy Louis Vuitton make you an incredibly overpriced breakfast. He’s created the Louis Vuitton Waffle Maker. Featuring, as you might imagine, the classic Vuitton pattern, the waffle maker is teflon coated and is perhaps just what you need for a designer breakfast. Magnifique!
Last time we visited upon Artist Ron English he had released his Fat Tony The Tiger vinyl
figure. He’s been working in his shit-stirring lab again and come up with something else fun. It’s a Fat Captain Crunch. He’s officially titled him Cap’n Cornstarch, and just like
Tony The Tiger it’s another vinyl figure. One wonders if that peg-leg is a Diabeetus related injury. Only Wilford Brimley really knows…
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Coffee makes a good portion of the world go around. It certainly makes Seattle buzz. Artist Ben Blake believes that “coffee inspires creativity.” I’d buy that. He uses that theory to celebrate coffee and coffee culture. Draw Coffee is his website, and Blake uses his wicked skills in typography and doodling to create clever illustrations of almost anything coffee-related. Check out some of his work below.
Nathan Shields (check out his site – Saipancakes – here) is a genius and clearly a master of making pancakes. He creates genuinely amazing, detailed pancake images depicting all manner of subject matter. I am baffled. From the mundane to the sublime – marine invertebrates, Star Wars characters, dog breeds and more. Check out more pics below. Continue reading