Fat & Furious Burger is a project by french graphic designers Thomas & Quentin who started putting together elaborate burger ideas during their lunch breaks. The two graphic designers from France have recently begun to generate internet buzz with their burger creations.
They decided to cook some crazy burgers in their little kitchen. It soon became a ritual: improvising and experimenting each week new ways of cooking and representing a burger in very short lunch break. It takes about an hour and a half to find an idea, run to a supermarket to get everything, cook, take a shoot and eat. From week to week, they tried to re-invent some edible burgers, despite their over the top made to be photographed nature.
Mr Thomas Campbell, straight out of Santa Cruz, has an exhibition up at Half Gallery on the Lower East Side of Manhattan at the moment, and we wish we were there to see it. At least The Standard of the East Village has this video.
We just love this color captures by Thomas Wilfred. These are various pieces of “Recorded Lumia.” Wilfred lived from 1889-1968, and was “a pioneer in developing what he called Lumia, the art of light.” (via)
In a classic battle of good versus evil, the line-up on the GOOD side: CLAUS (as in Santa), MORE (as in Sir Thomas), MOORE (as in Bobby), GORDON (as in Flash), ROBIN (as in Christopher), GOD, ASSISI, JEKYLL, POPPINS, TERESA, M.K.GANDHI. EVIL: LUCIFER, CALIGULA, RIPPER (as in Jack), IMPALER (as in Vlad the), HITLER, MACBETH (as in Lady), HYDE, KLEBB (as in Rosa), AMIN, CATCHER (as in The Child). Who will win?