The Bento of Death

As you may remember from my Devildriver bento post, you probably know that I dig alternative music. I’ve been a fan of Celldweller longer than every artist that I’m still into; it’s almost like as Klayton’s music has evolved, it’s like he hits the nail on the head for stuff that I’m hype about.

So when they put the call out for Celldweller themed art to publish in an artbook, of course I’m gonna jump on it! I submitted this yesterday afternoon, right after making it(and jamming to Celldweller- hey, you gotta set the mood).

I posted in my comment about the bento underneath, because I figured it’d be more fun for you to read it- it also gives you more of a peek into how I think, in general.


This meal is entirely edible, the art is done using dried seaweed and a black food marker on a slice of vegan cheese over rice. Next to it are Gardein’s vegan barbecue wings, then there’s okra, because it provides a sleek sharp look that felt reminiscent of Cthulhu-esque tentacles, representing the unknown. Nestled atop of them is cubed tofu with Sriracha sauce, giving that pop of red color like Klayton’s hair.

The beautiful irony of this bento is that despite the album being named Death, no animals had to die in the making of this!

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