This is a series of lunches from mother Heather Sitarzewski, who makes her son a different (predominately Disney cartoon) character bento box every day (often with unusual food combinations). Me? I ate school lunch. Plus handfuls of gravel on the playground. I'm special! I'm not sure how old her son is, but you know there DOES come a time in every boy's life when he doesn't want a Beauty and the Beast bento box for lunch anymore. And that age is 35.
Hit the jump for some of my favorites, but check out Heather's Tumblr for over 100 more.
Thanks to cocoa, who makes me bento boxes for lunch sometimes if she's not gonna be around because otherwise I just won't eat and then I'll be tired for the rest of the day and if I yawn she'll stick her hand in my mouth and yell 'FUTURE PENIS!' I'm up to like three.
This is a gallery of geeky logos made out of food. They're called '"foogos", because they're a combination of "food" and "LEGOS". Weird, I know. But I'm not here to ask questions, I'm just here to type the first thing that pops in my head and get drunk. Also, please don't e... / Continue →
Artist Noel Cruz repaints the faces of dolls made from characters in movies to look more lifelike. He does a great job, I just don't like my dolls looking too real because there's always the off chance they might come alive while I'm asleep and try to climb in my mouth. Unfor... / Continue →
This is a small series of digital paintings by artist Justin Turrentine called 'Happy Endings for Disney Villains'. It features (you'll never guess!) illustrations of Disney villains if they'd come out on top and not had their plans foiled by much younger, more attractive prin... / Continue →