Eat the Street

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About: I like to make things for the internets. I also sell a pretty cool calendar at supamoto.co. You'll like it.

More people should master the art of the chopstick. To help them out I made some stencils and spraypainted them on sidewalks around town as a friendly reminder a few years ago.

Each stencil was about 20 inches wide. The design was done in Photoshop and printed across a few pieces of paper that were then taped onto cardboard. I then cut through both with an X-acto to create the final stencil.

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    9 Discussions

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    ilpug

    8 years ago on Introduction

    well done. did you use wire to hold in the fine bits?

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    Gamer917GorillazMiko

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    im american and i used french fries (really burnt rock- solid ones) as chopsticks to eat the other fries (i hate burnt french fries)

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    aintMichael

    11 years ago on Introduction

    These are awesome! You could have a fly instead of food in the last one, Karate Kid style

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    zorro3355

    11 years ago on Introduction

    there is a few way to hold a chopsticks.this is the most basic way.i don'y like this method cause the grip is weak.

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    marc92

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Thats a clever (and funny) idea. I don't know if it's legal but it's good to spread useful information