Oki Sato of Japanese design studio Nendo created a delicious-looking chocolate design for Pen magazine that is made to look just like paint tubes.
The 'Chocolate Paint' set looks incredibly realistic, but if you were to be fooled by this deceptive paint set, you'd soon discover that the tubes are filled with a variety of flavors like rum, blueberry, melon and green tea instead of actual paint. Since the flavors of each are hidden inside the chocolates, they can be identified by the color-coded labels on each tube.
This set is similar the chocolate pencil set Nendo created in 2007. In the years to come, hopefully they will continue to make an entire line of office supplies into chocolates. Each box of the limited-edition chocolate designs are priced at $43 each.
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