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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Beautiful Chocolate Designs From All Over The World

Beautiful Chocolate Ferrari: This life-size chocolate model of a Ferrari was made out of 4,405lbs of Belgian chocolate over a year. It has a red, edible coating and this £12,000 chocolate Ferrari is based on an F2008.
 

 
McLaren-Mercedes MP4/22: It weighs about 120 kilograms and measures 220 centimeters long. This chocolate cake looks almost identical to the original McLaren-Mercedes MP4/22.


Chocolate Beetle: A group of artists covered a New Beetle in 440lbs. of chocolate and other candies.


Chocolate Opel Car: This chocolate car made with 800 kilogram of Belgian chocolate is the same size as an actual Opel (European car). "5 Chocolatiers were working on this car for 4 weeks, from 7 am until 10 pm. The car is made with milk, dark and white chocolate.'


Chocolate Laptop: It weighs about 200 grams, looks cool.


High-Fashion Chocolate Shoe: This metallic chocolate shoe was made by a British chocolate maker for a department store in Tokyo


Chocolate Sneakers: These delicious miniature milk and chocolate shoes were created by +41 for the 25th anniversary of Nike's AF1. +41 also designed the large versions of the AF1 in dark and white chocolate.



Chocolate Shoes: Chocolate Shoes from Gayle's Chocolates.


Chocolate Keyboard

: This chocolate keyboard really looks quite real and delicious too.


White Chocolate Keyboard: A chocolate bar shaped like a keyboard.


Chocolate Mail: Toby Ng Design "designed a set of stamps called Chocolate Mail, which comes in 3 flavors - dark, milk and white chocolate. They are a set of 24 1st class stamps that are designed to look like a bar of chocolate, packaged as an envelope."


Chocolate Nail:


Chocolate Pencils: These come with a special "pencil sharpener" and the pencil shaving can be used onto the dessert.


Chocolate Pie Chart: It contains 5.5 oz chocolate chart (3.5" diameter x 0.75" high), made of 70% milk; 20% dark and 10% white chocolate.



Chocolatepills: For this one you won't be needing water!


Chocolate Scrabble: "If Facebook's Scrabulous gets scrapped, at least there's still Chocolate Scrabble!"


Chocolate Glasses: Made from the finest chocolate from Rococo Chocolates in London.


Chocolate Toolkit: It costs about $22, and it includes few pliers all beautifully made out of milk chocolate along with a presentation box.


Rompibollo Chocolate: If you are weight conscious and think about the calories intake before eating chocolate, here is something for you: each of the chocolate piece has specific calorie count stated on top.


Chocolate Record: It measures 11" diameter x 0.5", costs $37, is available in three chocolate types: white; milk; dark chocolates.


Chocolate Controller: Created from the finest Austrian milk chocolate, costs $15.


Chocolate Typeface:


Chocolate Helmet:


Chocolate Sculptures: