This spoof ad circulating on reddit and imgur argues that all burgers are beautiful.
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Graphic artist Anthony Scerri combined his love of burgers and New York City's subway map by illustrating each major part of a burger with a subway line whose stops are named after an ingredient or version of that part.
Something for the burger lover who has everything: a burger-themed bean bag chair by Barcelona-based design company Woouf. The bean bag measures 85 by 50 cm (about 2.8 by 1.6 feet) and will set you back €285 (about $350), or €215 ($264) without filling.
Graphic communications student Rebecca Tarran created the "Periodic Table of Burgers" as her final piece for her foundation diploma. Her description: "Exploration of the chemicals and rubbish used in the burgers of the fast food industry." Elements include good ol' carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen...along with plastic bags, insecticides, and manure. View larger images of the table and the burgers at rebeccatarranportfolio.tumblr.com.
Yesterday one of my favorite comic artists Anthony Clark, aka Nedroid, tweeted the awesome illustration above with the message, "I wish I remembered what this was about." I too would love to know more about the adventures of Cheeseburger and Unicorn as they ready themselves for a battle with Monolithic Demon Robot, but maybe it's ok that it stand on its own without explanation.
[Photograph: AppleCharlotte on Etsy] Here's a super simple burger patty maker from the 1950s: the Home-Burger ($25 at Etsy), a rectangular piece of plastic with two holes cut out of it. It's not much of a looker compared to...
[Photograph: Heritage Auction Galleries] Round kazoos seem like they'd be a shoo-in for burgerfication, but Wimpy's Musical Hum-Burger Toy featuring the burger-loving character from Popeye is the only one I've ever seen. This collectible tin toy from 1939 sold...
[Photograph: drowsySwords on Etsy] This wooden Bunsize burger patty maker ($12 at Etsy, $7.99 at eBay) is the most charming patty-maker I've ever seen. ...And probably the least functional. But the cuteness makes up for it. Has anyone ever...