Edible Chocolate Paint Tubes by Nendo

published in: Art, Gastronomy By Yatzer, 28 November 2013

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Chocolate-paint by Nendo for Seibu, 2013.
Photo © Ayao Yamazaki.

Almost six years have passed since Nendo’s “sweet” collaboration with patissier Tsujiguchi Hironobu which dazzled us with ingeniously conceived chocolate-pencils, not to mention the unique pencil sharpener used to grate chocolate shavings onto Tsujiguchi’s desserts. Following on from these delectable creations, Japanese based studio Nendo recently designed a limited quantity of chocolate-paints for the Seibu Department Store in Japan. They describe their new creation as a ''...design that combines the childhood excitement of opening a new box of paints and the thrill of opening a box of chocolates you’ve been given unexpectedly.''

The twelve boxed chocolate-paint-tubes are flavoured with a different syrup according to the colour of their labels (which also play the role of wrappers). Yum!

Chocolate-paint by Nendo for Seibu, 2013.
Photo © Ayao Yamazaki.

Chocolate-paint by Nendo for Seibu, 2013.
Photo © Ayao Yamazaki.

Chocolate-paint by Nendo for Seibu, 2013.
Photo © Ayao Yamazaki.

Chocolate-paint by Nendo for Seibu, 2013.
Photo © Ayao Yamazaki.

Chocolate-paint by Nendo for Seibu, 2013.
Photo © Ayao Yamazaki.

Chocolate-paint by Nendo for Seibu, 2013.
Photo © Ayao Yamazaki.

Chocolate-paint sketch, © Nendo, 2013.

Chocolate-pencils by Nendo for Hironobu Tsujiguchi, 2007.
Photo © Nendo.

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  • friend
    Ana | 2013-11-30 08:36:04

    Hi,How can I buy the chocolate-paints if I live in Mexico? Regards,Ana

  • friend
    Irini Gioni | 2014-03-29 11:22:03

    Hallo! How can I bring these chocolate in Greece?

  • friend
    Janine | 2014-08-20 02:39:32

    Love, Love, Love - how can we bring to the US ???

  • friend
    Harry Vang | 2014-10-10 13:33:13

    Hi, where can I buy the chocolate paints? I live in Denmark. I want to buy 150 - 200 pcs.

  • friend
    Lucy | 2014-10-31 05:08:26

    How can I get these if I live in the U.S.?

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