In our modern, workaday, jet-setting, go-go-90s lives, it’s customary to think of food as something that just appears in supermarkets and restaurants on command. It’s just there when you want it, as normal and blasé as perfect interior temperature control or a pocket computer which can contact anyone in the world in seconds. I click a few buttons on the Internet and a half-hour later someone hands me a bag of food and leaves: YAWN.
Food is safe, boring, normcore.
We’re sick of it, and so we came up with some new prints to help bring back a little bit of that old-school, hunter-gatherer edge to the kitchen. You know what pairs well with a pork tenderloin? Menace.*
Links (open in new window):
- You put the lime in the coconut
- Eat your vegetables
- So many layers (alternate version)
- If a cow ever got the chance, it would eat YOU
- You don’t win friends with salad (alternate version with hamburger)
Pair them with one of our robot grocery tote bags for twice the terror. Good thing you’re cooking with a knife in your hand; I hope nothing else goes wrong.
* Menace, and Simpsons jokes.