Interpret them how you'd like, we think these Acid Fruits by artist Jose Berrio are just the right level of trippy.
Take a look at this handy guide to cutting tricky tropical fruits.
This visually delightful series by photographer Gregg Segal is the result of three years of travel through the USA, India, Malaysia, Germany, France, Italy, Senegal, the United Arab Emirates, and Brazil.
Biopack's clever packaging contains seeds, allowing the decomposing material to actually grow new life when it's finished.
The Better Pop is a fun, geometric popsicle, made of kombucha and real fruit. It was designed by a recent graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, and it shows, with the fun, modern geometric shape.
This Dick Tracy-like character is beautifully rendered in his overcoat, posing in a shadow, with a caramel flan hat, dripping sauce. It's a comical pairing, one that digital artist Cristian Girotto is skilled at.
Anthony Bourdain Remembered looks back at the indelible chef, author, and travel host, a year after his death.
In the classic style of Caravaggio and Monet, we see still lifes of food and drink, but they've been updated to reflect the absurdity of our current plastic age.
These tongue-in-cheek/food-in-mouth images by Ben Fearnley showcase emergencies, and how to remedy them, with some smartly placed foodstuffs.
Sweet Little Cloud is the name of this magical drink from Mellower Coffee. An americano with a cotton candy 'cloud' attached, the steam from the coffee causes the cloud to gently rain sugar into your cup. We love the clever beauty of …
Looking straight out of a science-fiction movie set, this beautiful and sleek restaurant has a design stays true to its futuristic vision. Architectural Decoration Design Co. is the firm that pulled it off, and the mirrors, sleek flowered panelling, and beautifully spare …
In the style of classic still lifes, we see absurd happenings in this collection entitled Break/Fast. Indeed, breaking seems to be the main event, with an ample amount of smashing, sawing, and exploding happening. Really fun work, eat up.
Magic Spoon aims to bring the fun back to breakfast, with a line of sweetened cereals that are much healthier than your childhood versions.
In a series of fun type lettering, we see ingredients elegantly spelled out using the actual product itself. "Honey" is glisteningly gold, while "Anchovies" is scrawled from the salty fish.