A crêpetacular short by Tom Wrigglesworth and Matt Robinson about a boy’s action packed voyage to the moon – in which pancakes (600 in total) are used as the medium of chNOMNOMNOMNOM.
The Pancakes, Butter And Syrup Quilt With Bacon Rug – first exhibited in 1976 at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York (now the Museum of Arts And Design) by UK artist Ros Cross:
“The pancakes quilt was my response to the onslaught of American food (huge proportions) upon my arrival from the UK in 1973′
The original (above) was sold recently. It’s probably just a matter of time before the replication rights are acquired on account of (a) the internet and (b) the ‘want’ being strong with this one.
Of course he’s not Irish, silly.
Matheus Pereira making a pancake inside the Half Moon Crepe Company in Temple Bar, Dublin, this afternoon to celebrate Shrove Tuesday.
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)
Pancake cushions by Todd von Bastiaans and Bryan McCarthy. With butterpat accessories.
Seriously though, these flippin’ things aren’t cheap.