I've heard of food and wine pairings, but with these edible album covers, you'll get a sweet dose of Trent Reznor to go along with your rice.
Bento box designs run the gamut, featuring virtually anything from video game characters to cuddly animals, but it's only now that one Japanese blogger got the creative idea to recreate his favorite album covers into delectable dishes. Pictured here are bento creations of Radiohead's 'Kid A,' Aphex Twins' 'Richard D. James Album,' Pearl Jam's 'Songs for Japan,' Trent Reznor's 'The Social Network Soundtrack,' and several others. I'm most impressed with the excellent use of seaweed to emulate shadows and clever cheese placement to define skin tones.
Judging from the album covers in this edible album covers collection, I would like to give the metal salute to the Japanese blogger who crafted these lunch boxes and tell him to "Rock on, bento-style."
Edible Album Covers Will Have You Craving Music With Your Food
1. Edible Album Covers - A trend of recreating album covers into edible dishes, creating a unique fusion of music and food.
2. Bento Box Designs - A trend of creating bento boxes with various designs, appealing to individuals who seek novelty and creativity in their meals.
3. Food and Music Pairings - A trend of combining food and music, providing a sensory experience that stimulates multiple senses at once.
1. Food and Beverage - The food and beverage industry can explore opportunities to collaborate with musicians and artists to create food products inspired by album covers.
2. Art and Design - The art and design industry can further innovate in the field of bento box design by incorporating popular culture references, such as album covers.
3. Entertainment - The entertainment industry, particularly music labels and artists, can explore partnerships with food brands or restaurants to create unique dining experiences that combine music and food.