Square watermelon is not news anymore, but how about square watermelon bread? Yes, that’s right, watermelon bread. It’s green on the outside, red on the inside, and even has black “seeds” sprinkled throughout. Originated at Jimmy’s Bakery, a bread shop in Yilan County of northeastern Taiwan, the bread was made to get kids excited about eating bread during the hot summer when they tend to have smaller appetites. To make the realistic looking bread, Jimmy use powdered green tea for the rind, strawberries for the flesh, and charcoal for the seeds. Jimmy’s Bakery makes around 100 loaves a day, which works out at about 1,500 slices of watermelon toast a day. But, it still can’t keep up with demand. Hence, Jimmy shared his recipe of how to make it at home for those who can’t try Jimmy’s bread. The tutorial video is in Chinese. However, by just watching the pictures itself, it is quite complicated…
Casa Brutale, is a home concept created by OPA which will be set flush against a cliff overlooking the Aegean Sea. Its sleek, modern design conceals nearly the entire unit within rock besides a surface swimming pool and a set of steps, which means relatively little impact to the surrounding environment.
As a passionate motorcyclist, Dubai-based digital designer Jyo John Mullor love everything about motorbiking but the helmets which he think might be the most uncomfortable gear you could ever wear. Project HumanHelmet is an outcome of his extreme dislike to wearing a thick, clunky piece of metal. Hence, he designed a series of helmet which supposes not only comfortable to wear but actually looked like your own head as well – A totally customizable helmet where you could have an image of your won head printed on it. Currently, Mullor imagined four variations include a motorcycle cap with ears and earrings, a simple bicycle style with shaved brunette hair, and a vintage safety hat with attached goggles stretching over the surface of the skin.
When we are still trying to have a gourmet kitchen, Ikea is thinking about how the kitchen should look like in 2025. The Swedish furniture giant thinks your next kitchen could be minimalist as smart as your phone. Team up with IDEO and university students, they designed below Internet-connected kitchen of the future which includes a table for living, a smart pantry containers and a thoughtful waste/composting system.