Thursday, March 08, 2007
Here’s the ultimate in surrounding yourself with what you love. Gummi art. And not just any old jelly beans pasted to a canvas, these are dimensional (and sometimes functional) pieces made with gummi bears.
Created by YaYa Chou (click on Sculpture on the right to see the whole gallery of creations). There’s are a couple of three dimensional animals, a bear rug and the chandelier as well as a candelabra.
I’d love to have the chandelier, supposedly you can still eat the bears ... I’m sure they’re great once the bulb has warmed them a little.
Found via Tastespotting.
Wednesday, February 07, 2007
I spend a lot of time looking a photos of candy on Flickr. It’s a good way to stay in touch with what is enchanting other people. The thing that I’ve noticed lately is that people are often attracted to the same thing, over and over again. In general this would be like people taking photos of common landmarks (lots of photos of the Eiffel Tower that are tagged Paris, a lotta Golden Gate Bridge shots in San Francisco and “cute” has more cats than dogs or babies).
One of the things that pops up with startling regularity in the Candy tag is a candy vendor at the Mercat la Boqueria in Barcelona, Spain. So I did a quick search and found more than a smattering of them (well here are 48 at least):
Has anyone ever shopped at this market or bought anything there? How much are those gummis?
Thursday, December 28, 2006
If you couldn’t already tell, I love taking photos of candy. And I love looking at photos of candy. This morning I saw a wonderful gallery of photos by Daniela Edburg called Drop Dead Gorgeous. They feature photos of death by various foodstuffs ... with candy playing a major role.
Check out the interview in The Morning News and of course a full gallery of the photos.
If you’re in the Miami area you can see the photos in person at Kunsthaus, the exhibition is entitled Bittersweet.
(Pictured above in the mosaic are snippets from Death by Nutella, Death by Gummi Bear, Death by Lifesavers and Death by Cotton Candy by Daniela Edburg.)
Monday, April 24, 2006
You know if I’m not eating candy or writing about candy, I’m out on the internet reading about candy and looking at candy photos.
Last week I stumbled across two incredible sets of photos on Flickr, here’s a small sample:
I emailed him, and he gave me the story behind it. He collected a barrel of candy (50 gallons!) for Halloween as part of his work as a youth pastor. They did a huge challenge called the Pumpkin Hunt for middle and high school aged kids, kind of like a treasure hunt:
Wow, way harder than Trick-or-Treat, but it sounds a lot more fun. I wonder if the winner got the whole 50 gallons?
Monday, December 19, 2005
Tuesday, December 06, 2005
I love eating candy but I think one of the things that makes it so appealing is the look of it. There are a lot of great photographers out there taking awesome shots of candy.
Of course one of the best things about candy is the continuity, I love a whole frame filled with the same thing, sweets!
Thursday, June 02, 2005
All yummy photos from the Candy Blog are on Flickr, so if you want to browse the latest reviews, just have a look here:
Meticulously photographed and documented reviews of candy from around the world. And the occasional other sweet adventures. Open your mouth, expand your mind.