Olle Hemmendorff’s Nike Air Max 90 Burger

August 13th, 2008

Olle Hemmendorff was commissioned, together with 7 other creatives/designers/photographers/artists, by Nike to interpret a Nike Sportswear icon. He got the Air Max 90 and decided to turn it into a hamburger.
You can see all 8 pieces at the 1912 space inside Sneakersnstuff in Stockholm, Sweden. I’m just curious if he makes a fresh one every … minutes.

Olle Hemmendorff's Nike Air Max 90 Burger

Love Stories

August 6th, 2008

Love Stories‘ is the title of the work that Marian Bantjes did for Monograph, a booklet for subscribers only of the magazine Creative Review. Each Love Story is an illustrated text of the story of someone she loves. This one sticks out as it is for a cake, not a person.

Love Stories by Marian Bantjes


July 25th, 2008

Tukaani is Finnish for toucan bird and the name of this alternative to chopsticks.
Designed by Lincoln Kayiwa.

Tukaani by Lincoln Kayiwa

Tukaani by Lincoln KayiwaTukaani by Lincoln Kayiwa

McDonald’s Line Rider Commercial

June 6th, 2008

Hehe, always funny when an internet hype gets picked up in an ad, this time Line Rider.
found at kottke

Smeg PX 140

April 17th, 2008

Smeg PX 140This gas hob by Smeg just looks perfect!
I guess I want one.


April 16th, 2008

cranberry sauce by Zach Kowalczyk

Food?‘ is Flickr set by Zach Kowalczyk, he photographed food that takes the shape of its container. O yeah, this is cranberry sauce.

Designer cakes

April 3rd, 2008


These cake (on the right) was designed by Jamie Fobert, an architect, for the London bakeries Konditor & Cook. He was inspired by the work of the sculpture Barbara Hepworth (on the left).
4 more British design talents did some other designs, they will all become available in course of the year at the London stores.
more info at Wallpaper


March 4th, 2008
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This new TV commercial for Schweppes, called 'Burst', is actually quite nice.

Eye Candy

February 21st, 2008


‘Eye Candy’ by Anne de Vries.

Print Your Own Food

January 11th, 2008


This 3D printing rapid prototyping technology is really taking of. Next up: food! The CandyFab Project can make any 3D shape in sugar. I can’t wait for the first french fries coming from such a printer.
found @ wired geekdad