The Flying Spaghetti Monster, on toast

four FSMs

One of the things that we kept hearing as a comment about our CNC toast story is that we really should be printing the Virgin Mary on grilled cheese sandwiches, or something like that.

As it turned out, by the time that we actually wrote about our toasting, we had already moved on to bigger and (probably) better things, like printing sugar. Since we were rushing to get ready for Maker Faire, we didn’t get a chance to make more creative toast.
But, Maker Faire has come and gone, and we’ve finally got our machine reassembled, and so here we are toasting again. Believe it or not, this is actually a step in the right direction for CandyFab as well, because these were printed at 20 DPI, already an improvement with four times as many pixels as our previous batches at 10 DPI. These four Flying Spaghetti Monster images on toast are adapted from the original artwork in pencil, by Bobby Henderson.

Oh yeah, and I put one of them on eBay. =D

2 thoughts on “The Flying Spaghetti Monster, on toast

  1. I’m not having a go at the flying spaghetti monster it is just I believe that the unknowable one’s name is more likely to be the flying linguine monster because of the simple fact that linguine is a far superior and yet reasonably priced pasta alternative to spaghetti.
    Sorry if this revelation affects the merchandise/franchise of FSM but you know deep down in your hearts that It makes sense.
    Peace be with you for the FLM’s sake.

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