With the creative spirit of an artist ice cream not only tastes great, it can also look beautiful and even tell a story! These scoops of different flavoured ice cream have been skilfully placed together to form beautiful images of castles, hot air balloons, turkeys, and flower-like sculptures.
If you’ve ever been caught drinking a glass of wine before noon, now there’s no shame in it. A family-run ice creamery in Boonville, New York, has finally come up with a way to down that wine without anyone thinking differently of you: wine-infused ice cream. Forget champagne-flavoured ice cream, this wine ice cream is actually made with real wine.
How artistic can one get with ice cream? If you are talented like me, you wipe your gooey fingers onto your tee and call it abstract art. For Baghdad-based artist, he waits for his ice cream to melt and then uses them as paint. If he requires more colors, he adds more ice cream flavors […]
Last year we showed you glow-in-the-dark ice cream made from a jellyfish protein. This year the iconic Cornetto ice cream has been given the glow-in-the-dark treatment. The concept was put together by London-based creative duo Bompas & Parr and released the treats during a screening of The World’s End.
You might not think anything could make ice cream even more delicious, but have you traveled to Nagasaki? In this Japanese metropolis you’ll find chirin-chirin, an ice cream that has been ‘sold at tourist spots around Nagasaki City for over 50 years’. Apparently this delicious dessert is dished up by ‘little old ladies’ and costs just under $1. But how do they get that ice cream rosebud magic happening?
There are dessert cafes and then there are places like Cafe Est! Est! in Tokyo. This incredible venue is home to some of the Japanese capital’s most famous desserts. Why? They stack ’em high! Ice cream sundaes are piled high with scoops and ice cream cones are added to the mix to make the dessert […]
I couldn’t believe my eyes or ears, either. There is an instrumental licking performance known as ‘lickestra’. Created by New York-based designers Emilie Lucie Baltz and Carla Diana, this food/performance art project sees ‘a series of conductive, flavored ice creams onto four white pedestals, each triggering a various sound when licked. From deep baselines to […]
Haven’t we all dreamed of glow in the dark ice cream? Well, glow in the dark anything is cool but this just takes the cake! Charlie Francis, an ice cream aficionado, has invented this all-too-wacky ice cream that ‘harnesses its magic from chemically recreated jellyfish protein’ and glows in the dark just like you’d imagine. […]
Livia Marin, who appropriates mass-market objects to reflect on how people relate to them, has a Nomadic Patterns series showing ceramics having some sort of meltdown. The effect is surreal and makes us want to eat ice-cream. UPDATE: Guess what? We interviewed Livia Marin! Here’s a select bit from our exclusive interview. What gave you […]
They say that too much of a good thing is bad. The guy that said that probably never experienced the giant soft serve ice cream being sold in Tamsui, Taiwan. Stacked at more than 12 inches high, this giant ice cream is made up of all your dreams and fantasies. This insane amount of ice […]
It’s hot, hot, hot, and the folks at Philadelphia-based book publisher Quirk Books felt it so much, they decided to mash up books with ice cream. Coincidentally, July is National Ice Cream Month. Just the idea of Berry Potter gives us the chortles. Well, laughing lets off heat too, we’re sure.
We know how much you like ice cream, so why not put a few scoops on your wall? More specifically, you can stick ten huge ice cream scoop decals to your wall in celebration of Blik’s 10-year-anniversary, complete with sprinkles and a cherry. Now all you need is some cake to make this a proper […]
I don’t care if it looks too good to eat, I’d definitely tuck into one of these ice-cream moon cakes created by London designers Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien for Häagen-Dazs. The White Moon consists of flavours including pistachio, macadamia nut, meringue and raspberry, while the Orange Moon is filled with chocolate, nuts and salted caramel. The designers say they were inspired by Georges Méliès’ 1902 silent film Le Voyage dans la Lune, Armenian surrealist Léon Tutundjian’s relief work of 1929, a childhood Bollywood song and the near-spherical shapes of early ice cream bombes. So a cake that is as pretentious as it is delicious. I’m OK with that… who has a spoon?