Bitter-sweet medium for a bittersweet art
Horatio Law makes a touching statement in making a life-size digital portraits of Oregon children, adopted from China – from all sorts of candies: jellybeans, lifesavers and m&ms.
Showing posts tagged Candy
Chocolate Skulls Gone Nuts - Designer, Sparganum
Pinata Cookies - so cute!
Not for me, but interesting selection.
Pure delicious sweet decadence - come to me now!
The Candy Making Episode - I Love Lucy Classics
Pinatas on High
Pez Dispenser Collection
HH: I wish I had saved every one of these I have had over my lifetime. :) They look so cheerful all lined up.
Each collection features a flavorful assortment of Elbow’s most popular pieces, plus exciting seasonal flavors, elegantly wrapped in our custom packaging.
L’éclat, the chocolate boutique of the Righa Royal Hotel Japan, has created beautiful planetary chocolates that look too pretty to resist. The chocolates are edible replicas of the planets Mercury (coconut mango), Venus (cream lemon), Earth (cacao), Mars (orange praline), Jupiter (vanilla), Saturn (rum raisin), Uranus (milk tea) and Neptune (cappuccino).
The chocolates are sold individually for 400 yen, but if you order the set for 3,800 yen, L’éclat will include the Sun which is made of criollo chocolate and pineapple. Their marble-like appearance and numerous flavors would make any chocolate lover go absolutely insane!
The Peeps … They’re coming.
A staple of any visit to the boardwalk, salt water taffy originated in Atlantic City in the late 1800s. Popularized by rival confectioners Joseph Fralinger and Enoch James (both of whose stores are still in business in A.C. today), the sweet, soft and sticky treats spread up and down the shore and now can be found in any Jersey seaside town, from Ocean City to Cape May. There’s no real salt water in the taffy; it’s just a clever name.
Solar System Chocolates
What a rip-off! There’s no Pluto!
Candy Fruit Canes -