MyEDOL


My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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How Much Food Can You Buy For $5 Around The World?

This is a cool little video by BuzzFeed that show’s how much food $5 can get you in various countries. They say “around the world” but it’s really only a hand full of countries, but still, it’s nice know that beer is incredibly cheap in China.

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Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
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Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
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Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
Zoom Info
Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
Zoom Info
Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
Zoom Info
Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 
This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]
Zoom Info

Pantone Food Pairings by David Schwen 

This delightful little series of images come courtesy of David Schwen’s Instagram page. The pantone swatches pair up foods that work together perfectly, much like colour swatches pair up complementary colours. Links to both David’s website and Instagram are below and you can find the rest of the series there, he’s also announced that prints will be available to purchase soon.

Artists: | Website | Instagram | Twitter | [via: DesignCollector]

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Cranberry Wakeboarding by Redbull

This is amazing, the shots from above are beautiful and I honestly learnt something new about how cranberries are grown and harvested. This video is both informative and entertaining, definitely worth watching.

"The winch crew travel to Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin, for one of the most aesthetically pleasing wakeskating sessions you will ever see. Watch what happens when some of the world’s best wakeskaters take over a cranberry bog"

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The Doughnut Vault

I love this little documentary about the sights and sounds of a small doughnut shop in Chicago that serves hand made doughnuts from 8am ‘til sold out. Very traditional aesthetics inside and out and to have people queueing outside the door every day means they must be pretty damn good doughnuts. Oh and they have a tumblr!

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The Bacon Scarf by Natalie Luder 
Known as Lou Lard, this digitally printed scarf may appearance to be thin and crispy, however it has been created out of soft silk which allows the delicious bacon to delicately hug your neck. I don’t think you’d catch me rocking this over Christmas but it’s a nice idea that sparks an interesting discussion about what is good and bad taste, in both fashion and food.









Artists: | Website | [via: Jeannie Jeannie]
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The Bacon Scarf by Natalie Luder 
Known as Lou Lard, this digitally printed scarf may appearance to be thin and crispy, however it has been created out of soft silk which allows the delicious bacon to delicately hug your neck. I don’t think you’d catch me rocking this over Christmas but it’s a nice idea that sparks an interesting discussion about what is good and bad taste, in both fashion and food.









Artists: | Website | [via: Jeannie Jeannie]
Zoom Info
The Bacon Scarf by Natalie Luder 
Known as Lou Lard, this digitally printed scarf may appearance to be thin and crispy, however it has been created out of soft silk which allows the delicious bacon to delicately hug your neck. I don’t think you’d catch me rocking this over Christmas but it’s a nice idea that sparks an interesting discussion about what is good and bad taste, in both fashion and food.









Artists: | Website | [via: Jeannie Jeannie]
Zoom Info
The Bacon Scarf by Natalie Luder 
Known as Lou Lard, this digitally printed scarf may appearance to be thin and crispy, however it has been created out of soft silk which allows the delicious bacon to delicately hug your neck. I don’t think you’d catch me rocking this over Christmas but it’s a nice idea that sparks an interesting discussion about what is good and bad taste, in both fashion and food.









Artists: | Website | [via: Jeannie Jeannie]
Zoom Info

The Bacon Scarf by Natalie Luder 

Known as Lou Lard, this digitally printed scarf may appearance to be thin and crispy, however it has been created out of soft silk which allows the delicious bacon to delicately hug your neck. I don’t think you’d catch me rocking this over Christmas but it’s a nice idea that sparks an interesting discussion about what is good and bad taste, in both fashion and food.

Artists: | Website | [via: Jeannie Jeannie]

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Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
Zoom Info
Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
Zoom Info
Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
Zoom Info

Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag

When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]

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A Day On My Plate by Michael Bodiam & Sarah Parker
Ever wondered what an olympian eats on a daily basis? A Day On My Plate displays the typical daily diet of five athletes competing in various events. The caption on each photo mentions the specific events. Laser-cut MDF, cardboard and paper was used to develop the oversized place settings around the miniature-looking, but very real food. They add a wonderful playful element to what is in fact a very regimented and strict regime.

Artists: | Website | Website | Twitter | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Peta Pixel]
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A Day On My Plate by Michael Bodiam & Sarah Parker
Ever wondered what an olympian eats on a daily basis? A Day On My Plate displays the typical daily diet of five athletes competing in various events. The caption on each photo mentions the specific events. Laser-cut MDF, cardboard and paper was used to develop the oversized place settings around the miniature-looking, but very real food. They add a wonderful playful element to what is in fact a very regimented and strict regime.

Artists: | Website | Website | Twitter | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Peta Pixel]
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A Day On My Plate by Michael Bodiam & Sarah Parker
Ever wondered what an olympian eats on a daily basis? A Day On My Plate displays the typical daily diet of five athletes competing in various events. The caption on each photo mentions the specific events. Laser-cut MDF, cardboard and paper was used to develop the oversized place settings around the miniature-looking, but very real food. They add a wonderful playful element to what is in fact a very regimented and strict regime.

Artists: | Website | Website | Twitter | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Peta Pixel]
Zoom Info
A Day On My Plate by Michael Bodiam & Sarah Parker
Ever wondered what an olympian eats on a daily basis? A Day On My Plate displays the typical daily diet of five athletes competing in various events. The caption on each photo mentions the specific events. Laser-cut MDF, cardboard and paper was used to develop the oversized place settings around the miniature-looking, but very real food. They add a wonderful playful element to what is in fact a very regimented and strict regime.

Artists: | Website | Website | Twitter | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Peta Pixel]
Zoom Info
A Day On My Plate by Michael Bodiam & Sarah Parker
Ever wondered what an olympian eats on a daily basis? A Day On My Plate displays the typical daily diet of five athletes competing in various events. The caption on each photo mentions the specific events. Laser-cut MDF, cardboard and paper was used to develop the oversized place settings around the miniature-looking, but very real food. They add a wonderful playful element to what is in fact a very regimented and strict regime.

Artists: | Website | Website | Twitter | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Peta Pixel]
Zoom Info

A Day On My Plate by Michael Bodiam & Sarah Parker

Ever wondered what an olympian eats on a daily basis? A Day On My Plate displays the typical daily diet of five athletes competing in various events. The caption on each photo mentions the specific events. Laser-cut MDF, cardboard and paper was used to develop the oversized place settings around the miniature-looking, but very real food. They add a wonderful playful element to what is in fact a very regimented and strict regime.

Artists: | Website | Website | Twitter | TwitterTumblr[via: Peta Pixel]

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