Cocoagraph turns photos into chocolate treats

A chocolatier lets shutterbugs make unique prints out of chocolate. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand bites.


Who says you can't take a picture and eat it too?

Cocoagraph, a company based in Philadelphia, provides a unique service that allows shutterbugs to turn any image (be it a scan or a smartphone snapshot from Instagram) into various sizes of chocolate. You even get to choose the kind of chocolate you want depending on the level of cocoa content.


If you're looking for a unique gift for birthdays, anniversaries, or weddings, the Cocoagraph could be a worthy consideration to give your loved ones something out of the ordinary.

Available in milk, white, dark or organic dark chocolate, a "life size" Cocograph goes for $8.50, while a pack of three "bite size" Cocographs will cost you $12.

(Source: Crave Asia via PetaPixel)

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