Kanda brew pub combines three of the best things in life.
It may only be a few seconds long, but this clip of a raccoon attempting to ‘wash’ some cotton candy serves as a powerful metaphor for life…
Every once in a while at a fair or all-you-can-eat buffet I come across a make-your-own cotton candy (or candy floss) machine. Let me tell you, the excitement of pouring some sugar in the bucket and putting the card paper stick in is… is just about five seconds long for me. It’s cool and all, but yields about as much a “huh-look-at-that” reaction as noticing a 90-year-old using a smartphone.
At least, that’s what I used to think before witnessing David Shtorm work his magic with the wispy confectionery. By combining music, lighting, sculpting and dance he transforms cotton candy-making into something that you can’t take your eyes off.
When you purchase cotton candy, it’s usually chaotically twirled around a paper cone or haphazardly shoved into a plastic bag with a clown face printed on the front. But these cotton candy flowers from China are almost too beautiful to eat and you won’t believe how they’re made!