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weirdvintage:

Frank Sinatra with pancakes (via World of Wonder)

weirdvintage:

Frank Sinatra with pancakes (via World of Wonder)

(via weirdvintage)

mrsdentonorahippo:

Orange is the new gross as fuck.

mrsdentonorahippo:

Orange is the new gross as fuck.

(via mudwerks)

archiemcphee:

Louisville, Kentucky-based artist Tom Pfannerstill creates amazing works of art that look like trash, and not just any trash, but actual pieces of litter that he actually found and picked up. For an ongoing series entitled From the Street, Pfannerstill uses the trompe l’oeil technique to paint flat pieces of wood so that they become uncanny likenesses of discarded objects and disposable containers, everything from a smashed boxes of Animal Crackers and Cracker Jack to a beat-up old baseball cap.

"…he starts off by choosing a real piece of trash and traces the outline of the object onto a flat piece of wood. Once his wooden canvas is ready, he fills it in with acrylic paints, in painstaking detail. The two-dimensional painting soon comes to life, looking exactly like a piece of trash it was modeled after."

So why paint depictions of trash? We’re glad you asked. Pfannerstill views each object he finds as something mass-produced that’s become utterly unique as it has been altered by time and exposure to the elements. No two pieces of litter are the same.

“The sparkling clean surfaces are smudged and marked by everyday dirt, grit and grime. No two objects have exactly the same journey.”

Pfannerstill also regards these piece of urban detritus as future artifacts:

“As time inevitably marches on and everything, trash included continues to change, my little pieces ‘from the street’ will become increasingly ‘of a time’. As the popularity of products ebb and flow and certain products disappear altogether as wants, needs and lifestyles change, the will become increasingly esoteric.”

Visit Tom Pfannerstill’s website to check out more of his artwork, including more pieces from his From the Street series.

[via Oddity Central]

(Source: ever-so-dreamy, via mudwerks)

archiemcphee:

In Japan you can enjoy your favorite anime, cartoon and video game characters as more than simply visual entertainment. They’re also available as sweet treats. These kawaii confections are a form of wagashi (和菓子) called nerikiri (練り切り). Made from white bean paste and rice-based dough, nerikiri are often tinted and molded similar to how marzipan is prepared in Western desserts.

These pop culture-inspired nerikiri were all made by Japanese Twitter user Otakumi at a wagashi shop called Kuramoto Hinode, which is located in the Tokushima Prefecture of Japan’s Shikoku island.

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You can also try your hand at making your very own nerikiri. Click here for the recipe.

[via Kotaku]

areyoutryingtodeduceme:

I like that this is what my sister brought back for me from her trip to China #sheknowsme

areyoutryingtodeduceme:

I like that this is what my sister brought back for me from her trip to China #sheknowsme

The food in Free! Eternal Summer - Episode 04 

(Source: ohayocelestia, via mermen-in-my-teacup)

goshyesvintageads:

Chun King Corp, 1958

goshyesvintageads:

Chun King Corp, 1958

secretdumpster:

Kool-Aid Koolers

secretdumpster:

Kool-Aid Koolers

(via thepieshops)

tango-mango:

Vintage neon Dairy Queen sign on Hwy 99 in Newberg, Oregon today. This restaurant is still operational! One more reason to love DQ.

tango-mango:

Vintage neon Dairy Queen sign on Hwy 99 in Newberg, Oregon today. This restaurant is still operational! One more reason to love DQ.

(via mudwerks)

weirdvintage:

Young ladies in walnuts, 1932 (photo by Leslie Jones, via)

weirdvintage:

Young ladies in walnuts, 1932 (photo by Leslie Jones, via)

(via weirdvintage)

sanziene:

Breakfast around the world

(via naturefag101)

chefro:

Nori.
©Hong Yi aka Red5

chefro:

Nori.

©Hong Yi aka Red5

chefro:

Food Font.

chefro:

Food Font.

chefro:

Ice Hat.

chefro:

Ice Hat.