Really, who hasn't played air guitar on a baguette? (Uh, y'all, why is mine the only hand raised here?) But a working musical instrument made out of actual food?
That's pretty damn cool.
We were amazed by this video, via Gawker
, of a working piano that a hacker collective called NYC Resistor made out of fruit:
Naturally, we had to search for other examples of musical food (beans don't count)...
This guy has made a bit of a name for himself on the Internet playing songs on vegetables. Here he is playing a pan flute made from carrots:
This guy, on the other hand, turns his carrot into a clarinet. (Though we're not sure whether to be impressed or to deduct points for his use of non-food items for a richer sound):
We know what you're thinking. "If multiple people have made musical instruments out of food, then surely some of them have gotten together to play." Yup. Here's a vegetable ensemble:
And here is a gosh darn vegetable orchestra. With a drill. Which presumably you can't eat. But still: