Give your eyeballs an incredible inedible treat with these odd animations by YellDesign. The Australian "Vine studio" has created five classic dishes using paper, stop motion, and creative interpretation of culinary tooling.
The series is intended to show off the team's sharp skill in short form Internet-friendly video, and they succeed handily. Like the now-classic work by PEZ (sorry, but the comparison is nearly necessary), these foodie shorts take bits from your standard desk life into a surreal and delicious new context.
They're what you might get if you skipped lunch to work but watched one too many auto-playing video recipe on Facebook: suddenly you're trapped in a world where everything you touch is both stylish and edible.
I may have had to look Jaffle up, largely because I was confused by the feelings their melting paper cheese gave me. Despite the dissonance of obviously indigestible ingredients, these videos use color and form so convincingly I had to stop halfway through to go make lunch.
Check out the rest of Yelldesign's videos here, and give their impressive portfolio a perusal. Even if you don't mind the paper cuts, there are plenty of non-ramen projects to get inspired by.