Give a kid Vegemite and this is what happens: 7 kids taste anchovies, Vegemite, olives, yogurt, lemon, orange, pickled onion, and gherkin, and the results are quite … fascinating.
To see what we mean, watch this beautifully-shot video, “First Taste,” which premiered at TEDxSydney this May and shows some very expressive kids tasting foods for the first time — in slow-motion.Mediabistro says it stole the show.
Colloquially known as Hobo Nickels, an old form of coin engraving, Shaun uses vectorized versions of his own designs, which are then meticulously carved into the face of a coin using an oldschool plotter printer. The resulting intricate designs resemble the ornate borders of illuminated manuscripts, currencies that seem to emanate from parallel steampunk or Victorian worlds.
They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, though sometimes it’s just an empty socket. Lakune’s elaborate makeup designs must surely resemble the kind of looks tormented souls ask for in the salon at the end of Hell, where looking fabulous goes hand in twisted, gnarled hand with the tortured demons locked inside, desperately clawing to get out.