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Don't stare at your food, or it will stare back at you

In Strange Food Special and Creative Food Manipulation you've seen many weird (and tasty?) results of artists playing with food, mostly in a sculptural way (creative cooking will require its own page, I'm sure)

Nike Air Max 90 Burger, by Olle Hemmendorff)

We'll start with a cabbage bra, by Edith Zimmerman, and her "Alien Autopsy" piece:

(images credit: Edith Zimmerman)

Playing with food packaging: Coke bottle scorpion (even using the cap ring) -

(image credit: Kevin O'Mara)

Here is another great set of "playing with food", by Vanessa Dualib from Brazil.

Fast food! Check out the side-view mirror detail... on the right is the "potatosaurus" -

(images credit: Vanessa Dualib)

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Speaking of vegetable transportation, here is a "Radish-Bus", made by Saxton Freymann and Joost Elffers (buy their book here):

(images credit: Saxton Freymann and Joost Elffers)

We featured creative Bento Boxes before, but here is an artist that needs to be mentioned, her set is simply fantastic:

Bento on the right apparently won't load:

(images credit: Kitsa Sakurako)

Welcome our new carrot overlords!

Sometimes you don't need art to make creations of Mother Nature any weirder. Witness the Long Javelot Carrot found in the Tokyo supermarket:

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Sure, it looks grand, but it's not the longest - the longest carrot on record is 19 feet 2 inches:

(images via CarrotMuseum, Larry Krause)

This series, commissioned by Greenpeace, made carrots (and green peas) cool again; maybe even kids would eat their vegetables now - info:

(images credit: Fubiz)

You might have seen this watermelon carving by one Chinese company before, but it's nothing short of amazing, so we are going to show it here:

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The other popular way to play with a watermelon, is to reshape it (by patiently growing it in a custom box) - on the other hand, this could be just a Worth1000 manipulation, what do you think -

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A new entry in the epic egg drama (an on-going project by Nocturnal Moth from Norway, see more here)

(image credit: nocturnalmoth)

Another entry in our collection of weird food: The Meatball Bubblegum, yum! - and The Bubblegum Wienies, order them here:

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Also check out these PES skulls (created by EatPes) -

(images credit: eatpes)

Some food Victorian posters are creepy... On the right is the Russian "Night-time Pancakes" 1900s art (see more great Pre-Soviet advertising posters here). It has somewhat haunted feel to it:

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The hottest food requires the hottest BBQ:

Not a morning person? This will help to prepare a gun-shaped omelet to ease you into the day:

Freddy Kruger's Finger Forks... and Pacman oven mitts, seen here:

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More surreal food manipulation that might or might not make you hungry

The Pasta Monster... and the herring fish stockings...

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Suicidal and adventurous food:

(image credit: ballatamas)

Some drinks are not safe either.... this light bulb image is sort of disturbing:

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Meat grinder from somebody's nightmare (marriage gone bad):

(image credit: Ingvear)

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"In 2006 artists Nicolas Lampert and Micaela O’Herlihy created a gigantic Attention Chicken! which they toured around Milwaukee generating mixed reactions." - more info

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Make it!... and eat it:

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We started with a hamburger (sort of) and we're going to finish with one:

(image credit: Sarah Illenberger)


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Blogger dumbass said...

I got a fwd last week of food art. Food art is ... disturbing. Please make it stop. I am 57 years old.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think they grow the watermelons in a container. like how the get the square ones. don't think its a photoshop.

Anonymous WannaSmile.com said...

Very cool, although I was a lil' grossed out by the burger/sneaker combo!

Anonymous TeleVision SPY said...

cool, but the pig cutting itself was really creepy and disgusting.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The face-shaped watermelon is real. I've seen them in markets in Asia, though their prices are exorbitant.

Anonymous Free xbox 360 Games said...

Great article. Thanks for the information.

Anonymous Rowan Bulpit said...

Watermelon is very real, and very pricey.

My favourite is the suicidal pig and the night-time pancakes.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

FYI the orange carrying itself is by Balla Tamas - ballatamas.com

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The water melons that were carved out, were done by a chef i know! those aren't all the works his done by the way there are some better carvings that his done!


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