Chocolate Bars Inspired By Jackson Pollock, Maybe An Acid Trip

A chocolate tribute to the expressionist artist
Jun 18, 2014 10:00 am

Check out these chocolate bars inspired by the American abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock. The artist’s iconic style is recreated on chocolate by hand-painting cocoa butter with all-natural food coloring. The bars are made of 55% Colombian cocoa concentration, and are not only stunning but also rich in flavor.  

Cup That Tracks What You're Drinking Might Help You Lose Weight, Stay Fit

The Vessyl counts calories, fat, even caffeine
Jun 17, 2014 11:00 am

This 13-ounce spill-proof cup not only identifies the beverage that you pour into it, but it also measures the amount and nutritional makeup, including calories, fat, sugar, protein, even caffeine. Now, every sip can inspire additional workout time. You're welcome!

This Wall-Mounted Espresso Maker Is Pretty Much Genius

The Dutch-made Strietman ES3 is also a work of art
Jun 10, 2014 9:00 am

Arriving to us from the Netherlands, where the crafty Dutch know a thing or two about good coffee and the importance of awesome design, Strietman's ES3 wall-mount espresso machine gives equal weight to both elements. Details and more photos, after the jump.

Daphnis and Chloe: Culinary Herbs Inspired By Greek Mythology

Fragrant fresh herbs meet eye-catching design
Jun 2, 2014 9:00 am
Daphnis and Chloe herbs

From the legacy of the Vikos doctors to the Cretan elixirs handed down through dialectic poems, Greek folklore is soaked with herbal rituals and zestful eats. Young entrepreneur Evangelia Koutsovoulou took Greek herbs to the next level, providing the whole world with the chance to experience these high-quality aromatics at their finest. The story, after the jump.

Hit The LiarTown USA Supermarket For These Weird Specials

Our new favorite Tumblr redesigns the weekly sale
May 30, 2014 10:00 am

Hope you're day's about as done as ours is, otherwise might we suggest a less crack-addictive Tumblr? LiarTown USA, by LA writer/graphic designer/general humorist Sean Tejaratchi, is a golden cornocopia of all that was previously innocuous, turned terrible. Scroll through for old books, magazines, records and TV shows you wish existed, porno spoofs that sound way better than the original (as is generally the case) and a way more exciting take on supermarket specials.   

La Jeune Rue: A New Epicenter For Food In Paris

The intersection of delicious food and high design
May 22, 2014 10:00 am

La Jeune Rue is the brainchild of Cédric Naudon, an ambitious 42-year-old French entrepreneur who bought over 25 stores in Paris Le Marais' neighborhood with the goal of creating an epicurean village, featuring design by big names like Tom Dixon, Jasper Morrison and Patricia Urquiola. Details this way. 

Quit Your Job, Buy A Bike & Move To Paris To Make Sandwiches

A pink sandwich delivery bike rolls through Paris
May 8, 2014 9:00 am

Indiana native Tiffany Iung was sitting at a bar in New York City one night when a Frenchman walked through the doors and literally swept her off her feet. To Paris. The rest was history. But this isn't just any old sappy love story. Prepare yourself for some major life envy that involves awesome sandwiches.

Grab Your Crayons: There’s a Coloring Book for Foodies

Color in Sam Mason's tattoos, create a tasting menu
May 2, 2014 9:00 am

Coloring books are for children, wine is for adults. Right? Presumably so. So why is winemaker and sommelier Andre Mack’s activity book so damn fun? 


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