Each Wednesday, I post some of my favorite can't-miss links, images, and otherwise mindblowing goodies from across the web.
This camp cobbler on a mountaintop recipe video by Shaun and Kelsey of Happyolks is doing everything it canto exacerbate my wanderlust. And my cobblerlust. Watch it below, and check out the accompanying blog post here.
ManMade friend Mikeasaurus came up with these clever plastic dinosaur and animal corn cob holders. Get the full how-to at Instructables.
The New York Times took a tour of the Brooklyn home of the Beastie Boys' Mike D and his wife, filmmaker Tamara Davis.
Photographer Beth Galton takes on some conceptual food idiom pieces. See more at DesignMilk.
Okay....so what's going on here is this:
For their installation titled Eat me, three designed a hanging installation in the shape of a house filled with candies packaged in brightly colored wrappers. Each column included dozens of the sweet treats (about 7,000 in total) that visitors of the exhibition at Shiseido Egg Gallery were welcome to pick off and eat. Visitors were simply asked to discard of the wrapper in the allotted corner of the space where, by the end of the exhibit, there was nothing more than a pile of colorful trash. The symbolic imagery of a house being turned into a heap of waste is reflective of the damage from the earthquake and tsunami that hit three's hometown of Fukushima, Japan.