Only the most legendary receive such an honor.
Your makeup bag is actually an artist’s studio waiting to happen. (If you’re as talented as “Red” Hong Yi.)
Artist Lauren Purnell just totally and completely caused the “don’t play with your food” rule to lose credibility.
Henry Hargreaves and Caitlin Levin put these clever maps together.
A tasty project from Danielle Evans.
Graphic designer Christopher Dina has created some pretty cute posters for your apartment.
If you didn’t make stuff out of that alluring red wax during elementary school lunch, you must have been a monster.
Plus 10 sex tips from R. Kelly songs, Mark Zuckerberg’s unexpected role in Grand Theft Auto 5, and an incredibly fun, insanely difficult Jared Leto age quiz.
Take a bite out of Anna Wintour’s face. Literally!
Norwegian Ida Skivenes recreates classic paintings, on toast.
You’re gonna love the way you look. He guarantees it.
A brief art education for the uncultured swine. DIY instructions for many of the below found here!
So jealous of that dude who is face down on a pat of a butter on a giant waffle stack.
How can you just sit there chewing, content with your sad, conformist sandwich? You could be turning your food into ART.
When mom says to clean the bathroom like the Queen of England is coming, you should do it.
All you want to do is travel from Point A to Point B; don’t let getting all your stuff together be the thing that holds you back.
Some of these lifehack-slash-DIYs are simpler than others, but all of them save good things from a trip to the landfill. And no, mason jars aren’t on this list.
A stylish centerpiece, necklace, and artichokes?! Don’t throw your old lightbulbs away. Repurpose them.
Mind blown (with great music).
It’s been three months since you resolved to start drinking more water in 2013. Follow this hack to drink more water, you shriveled up prune, you.
Do you feel a thrilling jolt anytime you pierce paper with a stapler? Does nothing feel better than an ultra-smooth Pilot pen rolling languorously across your Moleskine? Here’s some art you might really appreciate.
These are surefire ways to get you SO many Facebook likes.
You don’t need an outdoor space to grow plants. Promise.
Artist “Red” Hong Yi is making a new food-painting every day in March. (Although it’ll be really hard to top the dragon made entirely of dragon fruit.)
Photographer Emily Blincoe beautifully combines photography and typography for a series she calls “This Ampersand That.” The ampersand has never looked so good.
We go together just like Pantone 7489 C and Pantone 184 C.
They say not to play with your food. What they don’t say is “Don’t make it into art.”
It’s okay to play with your food. It’s art now, you see. Here are twenty famous works of art rendered in food.
I am not a huge cupcake person, but homahgurrr this is fantastic! It is made from “24 separate fondant pieces, and took over 3 days to put together. It’s pretty screen accurate- besides it being edible! His horns are actually carved pieces of fondant that started as solid rectangles.”