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Meninos Graphic External Hard Drives

Check out these graphically bold external hard drives designed by Meninos. Intended to be a pretty external drive that sits on top of your desk, here are several that take "inspiration" from classic food-related packaging. Many more on their website. You gotta pay for all that fancy design, though—the cases, without hard drives, cost between [...]

So Damn Sweet

I'm calling it: President-elect Barack Obama. [via]

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 [...]

The Pen is Mightier

Beyond spectacular logo for the Guild of Food Writers, by 300million:

This might put the FedEx arrow to shame. [via]

Landscape Made of Meat in Negroni Ad

Words can only do so much to describe this astounding landscape made of meat for Negroni, an Italian salami and cured meats manufacturer. See the full size here, the above image is cropped. [via]

Pyramid Lunch Box

The Nutrition Pyramid Lunch Box's goal is to help you be healthy:
You probably know the nutrition pyramid, but not always follow it. Here comes a “templates”, the nutrition pyramid lunch box, it reminds you, guides you, to be healthier.

New Pepsi and Mountain Dew Identity

Here are the new logos fore Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Diet Pepsi, and Mountain Dew (rebranded as MTN DEW). I gotta say it: O RLY. [via]
Earlier: New Pepsi Logo and Logos From the Past

The EatStreet Font, a Font Made Out of Food [video]

Check out the EatStreet font, a font built entirely out of food, using fruit, vegetables, meat, noodles, and even kimchi. Made by the Chank Company, a Minneapolis-based type house, the download even comes with a folder of full-color food-letter jpegs to design with. There's even a video documenting part of the process.

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