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When Fruit Transforms Into Sculls

Posted on 17 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Food

How the Russian artist Dimitri Tsykalov managed to capture the contrast between the fruit and the sculls is really interesting. Health and freshness against tragedy and sadness is the main key words for this piece of art. He can make the most delicious fruits like watermelon to an ugly and creepy scull with no sign […]

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Milestii Mici – World’s Biggest Wine Collection

Posted on 14 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Food

If you are a wine lover, you should definitely keep on reading. This wine company Milestii Mici In Moldova was registered in Guinness Records in August 2005 for being the biggest wine collection in the world. It contains over 2 million bottles of wine of high quality, at least winemakers think so. Milestii Mici is […]

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Super Sweet Sculptures by Lionel Scoccimaro – Literally

Posted on 05 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Food

You may have a sweet tooth, or you may not, either way you will definitely like this art work. It is basically sculptures made only out of sugar cubes. The brain behind this piece is a French artist named Lionel Scoccimaro. The sugar installations are so beautifully white that it looks like heaven and the […]

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Creepy Edible Skull Made From Chocolate

Posted on 21 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Food

The following creation is one of those things which are on the boundary between normal and disgusting. Cloe Bird got an idea to create a skull cake from chocolate. She used plastic model of real-sized human skull to create this cake which I wouldn’t like to taste even if it was made from the most […]

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Breakfasts From Around the World by Oliver Schwarzwald

Posted on 27 May 2010 in: Featured Articles, Food

Breakfast is the major meal and all food experts will tell you how important it is. Oliver Schwarzwald is German photographer who tried to make little photo-story about the most usual breakfast in different parts of the world. Here you can see a series of photos which were made by Oliver for the ‘Feld Homme’ […]

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Vipula Athukorale Creates Amazing Butter-Sculptures

Posted on 25 March 2010 in: Featured Articles, Food

I’ve seen a few of great sculptures made from butter but those are classiest I ever seen. Vipula Athukorale originally from Sri Lanka has collected his fame by creating amazing butter-sculptures all around the world. You will be amazed with the precision of the details of his butter-sculptures. His concentration has to be so high […]

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Welcome in Cakeland

Posted on 15 January 2010 in: Featured Articles, Food

Looks like a dream filled with all decorative cakes. The Cakeland in Oakland is literally for the sweet addicts. The place which is created to appear as the delicious collection of the tempting cakes all around is actually the artistic work that is articulately done to resemble these amazing collections of delicious cakes. It is […]

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Remarkable Coffee Paintings By Karen Eland

Posted on 07 December 2009 in: Featured Articles, Food

Exquisite coffee art is a unique technique developed by a young artist from Tulsa where he achieves his incredible works of art by the use of coffee as her medium. By using coffee as the only art medium, the artist exhibits these exquisite talents in his divine works of art. The coffee art is the […]

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3 World’s Most Expensive Beer

Posted on 28 September 2009 in: Featured Articles, Food

A satisfying drink enjoyed throughout the world with many variations. Vielle Bon Secours: This tops the list of the world’s most expensive beer, costing around £500 (equivalent to around $1,000) per bottle or about £39 (equivalent to around $78) per pint. It can only be found in a bar called the Bierdrome in London. Samuel […]

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Interesting Usage of Eggshells

Posted on 28 September 2009 in: Featured Articles, Food

I love eggs, and not just because I love the way they taste. Of course, part of my eggophilia is also due to the fact that eggs are an affordable, high-quality protein, usually costing less than twenty cents apiece. Despite much publicized cholesterol warnings, more and more research is revealing the many health benefits of […]

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