Burger Porn! The tastiest thing we’ve seen all year

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in Cool Websites on Thursday 6 March 2014

Think that takeaway burger with the lot was mouth-watering? Well, it’s about to meet its match! Burger Porn is where you should go when you’re craving a juicy burger with all the toppings. This Tumblr account is full of burgers, dripping with add-ons that include fried macaroni and cheese, lobster, seaweed salad, quail eggs, and […]

Read more

Burger joint serves ‘religious’ burger with communion wafer, red wine

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Food and Packaging on Thursday 17 October 2013

Kuma’s Corner, a burger restaurant in Chicago, is in the middle of a religious uproar. So what does burgers have anything to do with religion and desecration and burning in eternal damnation? Well, this burger joint, more popular for its heavy metal-themed burgers, just created the Ghost Burger – ten ounces of meat, topped with aged white cheddar cheese, ghost chili aioli, and unconsecrated wafer and red wine reduction.

Read more

A world of wooden burgers and floral brains

Cat Madeira Reader Find

By Cat Madeira in New Art on Monday 29 July 2013

Antoni Tudisco, a self-taught 3D digital artist, might only be 21, but his amazing portfolio will leave you impressed and wanting more. His latest works include amazing wooden donuts and golden burgers. The secret to his success: practice, practice, practice.

Read more

Burgers being all things but burgers

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Design on Tuesday 11 December 2012

When French designer duo Quentin and Thomas got bored of ‘random food at lunch’, they started flipping burgers for fun, and the grease-laden exploits soon grew into the pretty fun Fat and the Furious Burger project. They all look too awesome to be gobbled up like any other ordinary burger.

Read more

Porcelain burgers and teddy bears by Song Wei

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Friday 6 April 2012

We’re totally digging Sichuan-born artist Song Wei’s unexpected and yet completely comprehensible juxtaposition of porcelain (a traditional Chinese symbol) with consumer products such as burgers and teddy bears.

Read more