Special Advent Calendar ‘Cool Christmas’

Danish design studio Bessermachen wants you to have a “Cool Christmas” and in the spirit of the holidays have come out with this special advent calendar which is giving us serious winter vibes. “Thank God, It’s Christmas! Bessermachen has created a Christmas calendar for Danish toffee company, Karamelleriet. The calendar is not only ridiculously delicious on the inside, because this year it has gotten a great big sprinkle of funky disco silver glitter on the outside. And we’re talking a lot of glitter! Because when Karamelleriet laid out their Christmas wishes for us, the wanted a icy calendar, which is hot as hell. They sought a design that was modern, sharp and, of course, delicious. You can enjoy the result right here. We’ve made a design wrapped in silver inside and out, which sends you right outside in the glittering snow on a frosty funky day. And once you open the calendar doors and the many delicious tastes from Karamelleriet reveal themselves, everyday is like a Christmas party in your mouth.”

Nendo’s Chocolatetexture Lounge

Nendo designed a special lounge and chocolates for the “Designer of the Year” award ceremony during Maison & Objet 2015. “Chocolatexture Lounge” is a limited-time-only chocolate lounge designed in time for the awarding ceremony of “Designer of the Year Maison et Objet 2015″ that will include 400 “chocolatexture” chocolate sets designed and being sold for a limited time at this event. The 9 different types of chocolate are made within the same size, featuring pointed tips, hollow interiors, smooth or rough surface textures – and, while the raw materials are identical, the distinctive textures create different tastes. Each chocolate is directly named after Japanese expressions used to describe texture.

Chocolate Pencils by Nendo

These chocolate pencils were designed by Japanese studio Nendo. Created for Tsujiguchi Hironobu in Tokyo, the pencils are made to be “sharpened” for the delicate, delicious chocolate shavings. Customers at the patisserie shave the chocolate themselves with the accompanying pencil sharpener, decorating their dessert as part of a creative if somewhat laborious experience. The pencils themselves are available in a variety of cocoa blends, so there’s a flavor to inspire each and every chocolate lover to play with their food.

Chocolate LEGO Bricks

Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed modules that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs. It’s hard to determine exactly how functional they are, it seems like he had success in building a number of different things, though you can only imagine how quickly they might melt in your hands. Take a look! And if you’re a fan of LEGO don’t forget to check our post 15 Biggest LEGO Sets Ever Made.

Chocolate with Attitude

Bessermachen design studio created stunning collection containing 12 chocolates for 12 months. “Bessermachen design studio had a dream about how archetypes could be shown as young women, calendar girls in a classic 50s style, to create the perfect packaging for archetypes and chocolates. But we knew that for it to be authentic, it would have to be done right. Packaging for the chocolates is a chapter for itself. Everything from weight to quality and coating needs to be taken into consideration. Suggestions range from using fabrics to cardboard. But in the spirit of the 50s we end up choosing tin boxes. The production, however, is modern and made in China.” Take a look!

Chocolate “Sweet Play” by Elsa Lambinet

French designer Elsa Lambinet created an absolutely new type of chocolate. Chocolate that allow you to mix and match filling and toppings to satisfy your taste. Each white, milk or dark chocolate shell has a slot in the front for wafers, nougat, biscuit or caramel, and a depression in the top to hold nuts, fruit or liquid. Lambinet designed the system while studying at Master of Advanced Studies in Luxury course at the Ecole Cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL). Take a look and for sure you will want to have such choice in your chocolate box!

Chocolate Website for Sagres Preta Chocolate

This fall the no 1 beer brand in Portugal Sagres launched beer with a chocolate flavour Sagres Preta Chocolate. For this event Portugal based design studio Diografic crated a website made entirely out of chocolate. “With the help of Maître Chocolatier Victor Nunes, renown in Portugal for his sculpture made out of chocolate, we designed and produced an interactive site made 100% out of chocolate. The only exception is the Sagres Preta Chocolate beer bottle.” Exceptionally creative idea and interesting website. Just take a look!

Creative Chocolate – Crave Sydney 2009

This appetite set of chocolates was created in 3ds Max and Vray by designer from Australia Rachael Dunk. Each chocolate represents a different event that took place around Sydney for October 2009. For now it’s just a concept but even if you’re not on a diet we doubt that you’ll be able to eat such piece of art.

Coffee Inside

Interesting posters were created by agency Leo Burnett Milan from Italy for advertising compaign of chocolate candies with caffeine Zaini Koflì. Creative idea depicts traditional chocolate figurines made with the "bulging" eyes, as the effect of caffeine. The tagline of this campaign is “Koflì, chocolate with coffee inside”. Hope these candies are so delicious as interesting their advertising campaign.

Liquid Chocolate for Nestle

JWT Sydney and Collider created new commercial video and prints for Nestle’s "Club" used a technology called Ferrofluid art. The main campaign slogan – "Stir something deep inside". The inventor of this type of art is Sachiko Kodama. Mystery of Ferrofluid art is in unusual behavior of ferrofluid in the magnetic field. Ferrofluid is a liquid containing a very small ferromagnetic particles about 10 nanometers (0, 00001 mm).

Chocolate Lamp

Famous designer and architect Ilaria Marelli from Italian company Nemo Cassina introduced a stylish minimalistic lamp. Shining base and stand resemble a chocolate fountain – it looks like melted chocolate flowed from inside of the lamp. Such simple and at the same time creative solution.


Do you like chocolate? So sweet and tasty… This amazing art work called "Chocolatopia" is especially for chocolate lovers. Basically it’s a photo montage, with some strong retouch / paint work and some 3d additions. Chocolatopia was created by designer from Poland – Pawel Nolbert.