November 28, 2012
Choosa.net has some great things to say about Foogos in Spanish, if Google Translate is to be believed.
October 23, 2012
Foogos makes its second appearance on Yahoo’s Puck Daddy, courtesy of an NHL logo made of chump change.
October 23, 2012
Foodbeast gets nostalgic over its childhood.
October 22, 2012
BuzzFeed includes Foogos at #3 on their list of “21 Beautifully Geeky Foods.” Nice.
July 17, 2012
More love from the boys over at The Clink Room.
April 26, 2012
Logo design website The Clink Room calls Foogos, “Weird, amazing, and completely mind-blowing.” My Thursday is complete. Many thanks, Clinkers!
April 19, 2012
The John Cena Fruity Pebbles portrait is featured in the May 2012 issue of WWE Magazine.
December 2, 2011
From Hockey In Art: “it’s…the underlying meaning of the type of food used for the particular piece that puts his work above any other food related art work…”
November 1, 2011
A tweet from Hollywood director/writer/actor Kevin Smith:October 28, 2011
Foogos is considered Cool Material.
October 27, 2011
The October 31st issue of Sports Illustrated is released, featuring a bit on Foogos! What better cover date than Halloween?
October 25, 2011
Foogos makes the Thrillist!
October 17, 2011
Yahoo’s Puck Daddy, the pinnacle of hockey blogging, describes Foogos as, “Pretty much our favorite thing in the world at the moment.“Foogos is featured on Laughing Squid. What is Laughing Squid? “As our tagline suggests, one of the main objectives of Laughing Squid is featuring unique and interesting art, culture and technology.” Sate your curiosity and find out more.
Blastr, an extension of Syfy’s online netowrk, has a soft spot for these “culinary oddities.”
October 7, 2011
Foogos, now in Greek!
September 30, 2011
Geeks Are Sexy validate my existence as a man, and have this say about Foogos: “We approve.” Cool.
Foodiggity shares a lot of love. “The artist not only shows an incredible talent for design, but an appreciation for food styling — seen in the meticulous treatment of ingredients, and accuracy of each icon.” Seriously, way too kind.
Gamma Squad thinks, “The logos look awesome…”
The FUNNIEST and most self-aware plug of the day goes to Geekologie, who say, “They’re called “foogos”, because they’re a combination of “food” and “LEGOS”. Weird, I know.”
September 29, 2011
Comicsalliance.com calls Foogos “deliciously iconic.“
Crackajack.de also has some kind words for Foogos… I think. It’s not in English, so I’m not entirely sure.
The Daily What, brought to you by the same folks who took over the world with I Can Has Cheezburger, asks (and answers), “When you combine food and superheroes, what do you get? Batman eating a hot dog! Well, yes. But also a collection of edible superhero symbols created by the ad agent/culinary genius behind foo-gos.com.”
More gracious thoughts from Neatorama’s John Farrier.
Gorillamask.net seems to think Foogos deserves top billing, ahead of William Shatner, Eight Sexy Videos Of Sexy Women Doing Sexy Tricks, and other things that I would rather see… September 28, 2011
Comic Book Resources’ blog Robot 6 calls Foogos “a wonderful amalgamation of food and pop culture logos,” and “Just make sure you’ve eaten before you visit. It’s embarrassing to be caught licking the screen. I imagine.”
September 16, 2011
The official Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Facebook page shares the Teenage Mutant Ninja Pizza artwork with their expansive fanbase of nearly 700,000, resulting in the overnight doubling of fans to the Foogos Facebook page. August 30, 2011
Popular Hollywood blog slashfilm spotlights Foogos’ Comics & Film Gallery in their daily feature, Superhero Bits.August 12, 2011
A lengthy Q&A about NHL Foogos with Steel Nation Magazine hits the web, the first external exposure for Foogos.