"Old-Fashioned," Jennifer Rubell. Photographs: Elizabeth Jones / Eat Me Daily
Jennifer Rubell, who hosts an annual breakfast at Art Basel Miami Beach, presented the edible installation "Old-Fashioned," with 1,521 donuts hung in a grid formation on an 8-foot by 60-foot wall that visually evolves as people drop by and consume them. Using doughnuts of the same [...]
What can we say? What better way for The Simpsons to get some attention than by having Marge Simpson be a centerfold in Playboy magazine? Here's an image from the spread, fulfilling many a man's dream (or at least Homer's): a plate full of doughnuts, Duff beer out of a champagne glass, a bear rug, [...]
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The gallery Pictures on Walls has just made available 30 x 22 inch prints of Banksy's "Donuts," which recently debuted at his Bristol City Museum exhibit. Only 598 copies are available — 299 each of chocolate and strawberry flavors — through a lottery that runs through Tuesday at noon. Whether you're a cop [...]
The Huffington Post: inconsistent in both spelling AND virtuousness! (spotted in our RSS reader)
Left: Psycho, right: Manic Malt
Mental health advocates are protesting outside Psycho Donuts, a new doughnut shop in Campbell, California (outside San Jose) for its choice of name, saying that it denigrates the mentally ill, reports Mercurynews.com, the protestors going so far as handing out "stigma-free" doughnuts to customers headed into the store. The Psycho Donuts [...]
Oh culture wars. If you haven't heard, Krispy Kreme, cashing in on the Obama inauguration, is giving away free doughnuts. Someone didn't copy-edit their press release too closely, however:
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. (NYSE: KKD) is honoring American's sense of pride and freedom of choice on Inauguration Day, by offering a free doughnut of choice to [...]
On November 21st, Los Angeles' CBS 2 News ran a feature on the Nickel Diner's bacon doughnuts (that they spelled "donuts"). Love that they interviewed someone called "Winter Rosebud."
The inimitable Jack Donaghy, on last week's 30 Rock, brings Jennifer Aniston up to speed on the ever-changing city of New York:
Let's see, we’re using credit cards in cabs now. All the galleries have moved to Chelsea, and we’re off cupcakes and back to doughnuts.