This is a series of anatomic kitchen tools made by Christine Chin. They're kind of gross -- LIKE ME. *tries to flick booger on floor, settles for wiping on printer*
Chin created this conceptual series to explore the intersection between biology and technology, creating big-eared teacups meant to be good listeners, masticating meat grinders, and salt shakers that scurry around on ten toes.
I don't know, I don't think I could eat with these things around. I guess they would be good for someone on a diet though. Get it? Because plastic has like, zero calories. They'd pass right through you like a dog bone.
Hit the jump to see some of the others, including a VERY nipply milk jug.
Thanks to Carol, who doesn't want any more body parts in the kitchen than there already are. Hey -- chairs have legs you know!
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This is the world's worst cookbook. It's called Natural Harvest: A collection of semen-based recipes. I just puked in my mouth a little.
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These are some shots of a shark breaching the water to catch a seal snapped off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa by photographer Dana Allen. I'm not sure how long he (he -- Dana's a he) had to sit around waiting for a shark to fly, but maybe it happens all the time. Now i... / Continue →