To truly understand a peanut butter curry ice cream may not be possible but Amsterdam photographer, Wyne Veen, has come close.
Humphry Slocombe, the ice cream parlour of Jake Godby and Sean Vahey, has earned itself a following in San Francisco, California for its unusual ice cream flavours like candied ginger, golden beet and hibiscus flowers. They even have a boccalone proscuitto ice cream, which has in it bits of cured ham from a local butcher, and a secret breakfast ice cream, which is made of cornflakes, milk and Jim Beam whisky. (Anyone who drinks Jim Beam with their Kelloggs is a champion by us.)
To give adventurous ice cream eaters a taste of Humphry Slocombe’s flavours, Veen photographed the ingredients in each of the flavours. Bananas painted white, peanuts covered in coloured foil, graham crackers and cereal boxes are just a few of the ingredients found in Veen’s photographs.
The photographs may be a bit odd but, if one thing is for sure, but they have got us wanting to taste each of Humphry Slocombe’s unusual ice cream flavours.
Source : NOWNESS