Variations on normal by Dominic Wilcox


Day 15: Football Smoothie Maker
September 16, 2010, 3:00 am
Filed under: Drawings | Tags: ,

I wanted to try out my previous smoothie making Idea for real and see if it would work.

football Smoothie

football Smoothie

football Smoothie

football Smoothie

It did actually taste great, Maybe a little thick but still lovely.

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now i’ve seen a lot of great stuff on your site but for some reason this idea has it’s own special appeal…
another one of my favorites are the bubble knuckles.

Comment by kye

Love this idea and site. Great work!

Comment by Matt C

Sweet. You’re forced to work it off before you ever get a taste.

Comment by Tim Hamby

Gives a whole new meaning to “don’t play with your food”.

Hee!! :)

Comment by Val Erde

Dude your site literary made my day, the ideas and projects in your posts are awesome!

Comment by nzorov

nice to hear.

Comment by Dominic (admin)

i can’t believe i’ve been using a blender this whole time. never again!

but seriously, this site is truly inspiring. thanks for sharing these sparks of genius with us! :)

Comment by josh

I love soccer! and I love smoothie!
Awesome blog! Subscribed~

Comment by Nx

Nice Flamengo’s t-shirt, man! haha
MENGOOOO!

Comment by Flavio

This is really fantastic, Dominic. I love what you’re doing, and day 15 is truly inspired!

Comment by Marie

Muito legal. Eu qro. hahahahaha

Comment by John

I love this! They should buy these from you for fat-reducing camps. These would get everyone slim in no time! It would be good fun– and tasty!

Comment by Lesa

I’d imagine it might work even better if you had the sack of fruit inside another, larger sack of ice. It would provide a little more agitation to the fruit and keep it nice and cold.

Comment by Mama Wrench

yes but it would hurt my foot and I’d need the ice for swelling.

Comment by Dominic (admin)

there is actually something similar to this for making ice cream – http://icecreamrevolution.com/

Comment by Curt Helland




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