Japanese Twitter user Shinrashinge created these little ashy art pieces mostly out of cigarette ash, sometimes mixed with a pinch of tobacco leaves from the cigarettes to give it a pop of color. Shinrashinge is a smoker and he knows smoking is extremely dangerous for health, he has written that he plans to quit. “I have kind of had enough of cigarettes.”
Milan Miladinov, a design student from London, has made an all-chocolate Nike Air Max 90 sneaker. Limited edition chocolate sneaker was created for the 25th anniversary of Nike Air Max 90. The detailed and edible replica of Nike Air Max 90 sneaker looks like a real shoe. These chocolate Nikes are less wearable than a pair off the shelves, but at least they make the sole lick a more enjoyable experience.
Following the birth of the latest royal heir, HRH Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, Italian restaurant chain Zizzi has worked with a celebrity food artist to create a bespoke royal pizza portrait. “It isn’t everyday a royal baby is born,” said Zizzi’s marketing director Jo Fawcett. “And that is why here at Zizzi we wanted to capture this historic moment in a unique way to congratulate the royal family.”
Heartwarming illustrations show that love is in the small things. Korean artist Puuung captures this in illustrations for the “Love is…” series showcased on Grafolio, an online forum. On Puuung’s Facebook page, the illustrator describes the message behind the sweet drawings. “‘Love’ is something that everybody can relate to. And ‘Love’ comes in ways that we can easily overlook in our daily lives. So, I try to find the meaning of love in our daily lives and make it into artworks.”
Paige Russel, from San Francisco, made this beautiful and expensive-looking cake that looks exactly like a gold bar. She says, “This is the most expensive cake in the world! Well OK, not really, but my 24 Carrot Cake is definitely the most expensive looking Cake and it tastes like a million bucks, so I count that as close.”