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Paint Your Pizza: Looks Good, Hopefully Tastes Even Better

 |  |  |  |  February 23, 2013


Does your pizza have a face? No? Well, it could, if you wanted to give it one. Introducing paintyourpizza.com, where you can show off your mad paint skills and have it turned into an actual pizza pie.

Conceived by Jonas Lund, the Paint Your Pizza concept is simple: just log on to the site, paint a pizza with whoever else is online or paint one yourself, and click to order. You can expect your custom-drawn pizza to arrive hot and hopefully tasty at your door in no time.

paint_your_pizza_1I don’t really see any option on the site where you can choose what toppings to put on your painted pizza. I suggest using green sparingly though, unless you prefer a pizza covered all over in leaves and veggies. I’ve posted some of my favorite designs in the gallery below, but there are lots of other fun pizza designs over on the Paint Your Pizza gallery too.

Depending on the complexity of your drawing and the types of ingredients they’d have to use, prices for 18-inch pizzas start at about $30(USD) – assuming there’s a local pizzeria available to do the job. You can have a similarly-sized pie from Pizza Hut delivered to your door for about $13, so yeah, you do the math and see if this novelty is worth it.

[via Geekologie]



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