Calling out to all Chocoholics out there!
Yep, the time is finally here - Happy World Chocolate Day!
Let's forget the calories for the day and focus on being happy, shall we?
We all know no matter how the shape and size of the chocolate differ, it will always taste divine. But, there are always 'that' Chocolate that's too pretty to eat...
In celebration of the World Chocolate Day, we want to introduce to you some of the prettiest and unique Chocolate designs you'll ever see or ... eat!
Let's get 'em Chocolates ready...
This Typographic Chocolate is designed for the souvenir of the Museum of Letters in Berlin. Suitable huh?
These beauties are made by Satomi Kanai, designed by UMA Design Farm. 'Perfect for all those Chocolate Lovers who crave the pure stuff'.
An award-winning chocolate, a tiny, artisanal, single-origin chocolate maker in Saigon, Vietnam - Maison Marou. They are widely known as they manufacture their own beans. Pleasant for the eyes and we're so curious about the taste!
Designed by Japanese, as usual they are the right kind of people to take chocolate design to another level of creativity and perfections!
Chocolate-pencils is a collaboration with patissier Tsujiguchi Hironobu: "We wanted our plates to show off the beauty of meals and desserts like a painting on a canvas."
Beauty is an understatement!
Chocolate-paints is a set of oil paints in tubes, each tube or 'colour' contains different variety of flavoured syrups. One of our favorites visually!
Last but not least, the Chocolatexture is designed for Maison et Objet 2015. There are 9 different types of chocolates shaped differently within the same size- "Each chocolate is directly named after Japanese expressions used to describe texture."
It's not an everyday thing where we can try a carefully thought chocolate for sure.
An illustrator and designer, Akihiro Mizuuchi, designed a modular system for creating an edible chocolate lego bricks. Play and eat, why not?
A design agency, BLOCD, designed a pantone sets of Chocolate dedicated to their clients. The idea is to reflect their passion and as the pantone had different chocolate colour ranges, it symbolise different care attention that they pay to all their projects.
Some serious matters eh?
It's a unique chocolate experience with their hand-painted chocolates; the chocolate bon-bons described as “taste like something you grew up with, but [are] presented in a way you’ve never seen before.”- (Kate).
Five different flavours Chocolate balls created with love and passion, perfect for chocolate lovers who seek for unique flavours.
We hope you are ready to indulged some and get drunk by chocolate today!