This Simple Spoon Will Make Drinking Tea A Lot Healthier


Sure, tea goes great with sugar. However, after a few years, those spoonfuls of sugar will add up. That’s when you’ll look back and wish you cut back on that sweet white substance.

BZA is selling these Sugar Skull Spoons that are perfect for hot beverages like tea or coffee. Its unique and haunting design allows anyone looking to cut back on sugar to do so when they add a spoonful to their drink.

Sure, sugar addicts will probably just go back for more. Those who are looking to make a change, however, may enjoy the skeletal design as they ween themselves off the sweet stuff.

The spoon can be purchased here for about $23.40 US.

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This Dude Carves AWESOME Skulls From Fruits And Veggies

Have you ever wondered what a vegetable carved into a skull would look like? Me neither. But we all probably have that one friend that’s weirdly obsessed with skulls. I’m lookin’ at you, Jenn. Weirdo.

Well, Russian dreamer and sculptor Dimitri Tsykalov did, and we’re stoked about it.
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For a little over two and a half decades now, Tsykalov has been commenting on society’s woes through his modern art.

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While a good number of his pieces were made to incite thought (like guns made from deli meats and bearskin rugs made from ammunition boxes), most of them are just made for fun, like the skulls made from fruits and vegetables.

What makes these skulls particularly special is the way they are made. Tsykalov uses knives, spoons, scalpels and power drills, but it’s still all done by hand.

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Even after they are made, the artistry doesn’t stop there. These beautifully haunting skulls actually become much more lifelike once they start rotting a bit.

Tsykalov also never used any computer programs to enhance or pixelate any of his work, as he correctly assumed it would take away from the inherent beauty of it all.

Dimitri’s latest work revolves around building model cars out of wood, including a Rolls Royce and a Porsche.



Photo Credit: Dimitri Tsykalov

Hit-Or-Miss Products

Morbidly Serve Soy Sauce In This Skull Soy Dish Set


E-commerce website Foodiggity is selling this Skull Soy Dish set!

It comes with a set of bamboo chopsticks. Not into soy sauce? It works for oil and vinegar too! Hell, I bet it works for pretty much any liquid. No — ALL LIQUIDS! The sky’s the limit!!!




Written by Brittany High, Incredible Things | Foodiggity


Chocolate Skulls From Human Molds


Let’s face it. Today’s generation is pretty damn spoiled with all the cool new ways we’re presented with food. Chicken Wing Cupcake, anyone? So how can you make eating chocolate just a little bit more exciting? Get some that’s made from the mold of a real human skull, that’s how.

Created by Marina Malvada, the skulls are a mix of Belgium white and milk chocolates created with a mold that Malvada was able to make from a skull she cast in plaster.

The skulls are available in different forms of chocolate depending on how you would like your skull to look. Each piece costs $200 USD. A hefty price for chocolate, but it’ll sure make up for it in conversation piece.

via: Incredible Things