Posts Tagged ‘chocolate’

Nothing Says ‘I Love You’ to Photo Geeks Like This Chocolate DSLR

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You’ve probably seen chocolate-colored DSLR cameras before, but have you ever seen DSLR-shaped chocolate? The camera above was created by San Francisco-based Etsy seller Hans Chung as a gift for his friends and family. It’s a highly detailed solid chocolate replica of a Canon D60 that has a battery grip attached.
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Eye Candy: Cocoagraph Turns Your Photos into Polaroid Chocolate Bars

Cocoagraph is a Philly-based chocolate company that turns customer photos into Polaroid-style chocolate bars. It’s a fun and tasty way to make your photos a treat for the eyes and the mouth.
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Photos of Falling Chocolate Confections Created Without CGI

Japan-based art collective NAM shot this series of advertisements showing gravity-defying chocolate confections. What’s interesting about the concept is that they decided to do everything without digital trickery, opting instead to hang the various foods from thin strings.
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First Candy Bar Phones, and Now Candy Bar Cameras

If you think the Japanese come up with the strangest product ideas, it’s because they do. The Fuvi Chocolate camera is designed for people who want to look like they’re shooting with a chocolate bar, with dark, vanilla, and strawberry as the possible flavors. Sadly, what’s gained in looks is lost in specs — the camera only boasts a 0.3 megapixel sensor and is limited to onboard memory (i.e. it doesn’t use a memory card). If you’re a chocolate lover and need this camera on your keychain now after seeing it, it’ll be available in Japan starting in January 2011 for ¥ 2,730 (~$33).

Chocolate Camera (via Crave)