You won’t need a beach in Flavortown to wear the Guy Fieri Swimsuit. While giant faces printed on swimsuits is all the rage, it was inevitable that the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives host would be adorning torsos this summer.
Wearing food is always fun. However, it doesn’t get any better, than when it’s done as creatively and adorably as this.
Artist, Alya Chaglar, uses food and foliage to ‘dress’ her 3-year-old daughter, Stefani. Alya holds up the item, Stefani strikes a pose, and suddenly this little girl is all about food couture. See more below, and over at the duo’s Instagram page.
Need some fried chicken socks to add to the ensemble? How about a pillow case that makes it look like you’re in bed with Colonel Sanders? Wait, wuh?
KFC Ltd. is the chicken company’s new online shop. If you’d like to show off your love of chicken buckets and gray-haired southern gentlemen — consider a pair of Fried Chicken Socks, a Fried Chicken Sweatshirt, Dream Colonel Pillowcase, or KFC Poster. Have $20K to spend? Then, how about a KFC Chicken Zinger made from an actual meteorite?
What’s better than an occasional wiener? Well, a daily wiener, of course. What’s even better is, if said sausage was used to recreate famous works of art and pop culture characters.
The Daily Wiener is a fun food art series by pastry chef Erik Vernieuwe. The main subject, most often a hot dog, is made to look like superheroes, movie stars, and other well-known works of art. See more below and follow the project here.
The BOOST the Nation campaign is an art series for women, by women. Female artists were commissioned to design an Adidas UltraBOOST X that captures the essence of a U.S. State. Although all 50 don’t use food as inspiration, many of them celebrate the states’s rich culinary history, with food as the uniting factor.