Adorable kitchen ceramics and cute figurines, designed by Lola Goldstein.
Piersons Way by Bates Masi Architects
It draws inspiration from the vernacular of Long Island potato barns, which are often dug into hillsides for natural cooling.
Today the Department of Delectable Daikon Art explores grated daikon radish soup sculptures created by Tokyo-based Masanori Kono, who’s been sharing his daikon nabe creations via Twitter since last December. The response to his adorable edible artwork has been so positive that he recently landed a book deal. Kono’s book, Grated Daikon Art (daikon oroshi art), will be released in Japan on Friday. It includes both photos and receipes so people can create their own tiny hot pot polar bears and llamas of their own. Yum!
[via Spoon & Tamago]