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Splatter Exhibition at the Aquarium in London, England [Food Art]

Well, crap — this show ended yesterday (November 8th, 2008). But here are some prints from Splatter, an exhibition by jCauty&SON at The Aquarium in London, England. (A little context: The Aquarium has also shown work by Banksy.) Splatter is a "multimedia assault and cartoon gift shop," exploring "the plausible impossibility of death in the [...]


photo by rakka

Actually it's "two types of uncooked oatmeal, steel cut and instant."

Giant Popsicles by Tim Berg [Food Art]

Enjoy it...while it lasts, 2007, Tim Berg
Giant popsicles by Tim Berg, from an earlier show at the Dean Project in Long Island City, New York.

Vicktory Dogs Wine Labels Feature Paintings of Michael Vick's Pit Bulls

From the Dog Lovers Wine Club: "A two-case set celebrating 22 of the dogs rescued from Michael Vicks' property last year by Best Friends Animal Society. Currently the wine type is Tempranillo, a medium-to-bold red wine." $40 / bottle, proceeds go to charity. The SF Gate has more info:
The story, according to the release, is [...]

Bacon Man from Bacon Fest 2008 [Food Art]

Bacon Man by NetDiva
Bacon Today has an interview with NetDiva about her Bacon Man construction for the annual Bacon Fest, an "exciting potluck/party where all guests must contribute something with bacon" drawing "around one hundred people this year, mostly from the San Francisco Burning Man community."
BaconMan was made from around 80 bamboo skewers, 60 hot [...]

'American Cheese' by Esteban Pulido [Food Art]

The trend of presidential cookies and cereal boxes and what-not couldn't end sooner. But this artwork, American Cheese by Esteban Pulido, could have some better uses beyond trendy political foodstuffs. Photo-printing onto food: "Slices of American cheese with liquid photo sensitive emulsion processed in a darkroom with traditional black and white photography chemicals." American Cheese [...]

Banksy's 'Tesco Value Tomato Soup' Sells for £140,000

Bansky's painting Tesco Value Tomato Soup sold at auction for £140,000, or around $220,000 US.

Animal / Vegetable Graphics in the New York Times

No credit given to the artist or graphic designer, but I loved these graphics that went along with the story on Wayne Pacelle, president of the Humane Society of the United States, and his role in pushing Proposition 2 in California.

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