Domo-Themed Treats by Fans

Domo-themed treats

Domo, or domo-kun (どーも くん), is a Japanese character that often appears on television sketches. Hatched from an egg, this cute monster looks frightening at first glance but is described as having a “gentle soul with a body of pure fluff” (Domo Nation).

Domo has captured hearts across the world and is making appearances in pop culture and in households. Foodies have featured this Japanese mascot in their desserts, ranging from Domo cookies to Domo cake pops, and more. Below are just a few of the numerous homemade Domo-themed treats made by fans (some include recipes).

Domo heart cookies from alanabread
Heart-shaped Domo cookies (via alanabread).

Christmas-themed Domo cookies from Diamonds for Dessert
Christmas-themed Domo cookies (via Diamonds for Dessert).

Domo cookies from Pikko's House
Domo cookies (via Pikko’s House).

Domo TKOs from Diamonds for Dessert
Domo TKOs from Diamonds for Dessert
Domo TKOs (via Diamonds for Dessert).

Domo cake from doughseedough
Domo cake (via doughseedough).

Domo cake from made with love
Domo cake (via made with love).

Domo cake pops via Cake Central
Domo cake pops (via Cake Central).

Graffiti on the Bondi Sea Wall

Surfer and Nemo art on the Bondi Sea Wall

With a mural of graffiti on one side and beach on the other, a walk down Sydney’s Bondi Beach is one of culture and unforgettable views. The beach, just east of Sydney, is a popular tourist destination. From one side to the other, it features a long walkway with boutiques, restaurants, lifeguard houses, and the Bondi Pavilion in sight.

The walkway along the beach also houses a mural of spray paint art on the beach’s sea wall. Since the 1950s, spray paint sanctioned by the Waverley Council of New South Wales has been a regular sight.

Now, the Council takes applications for graffiti artists to paint the wall based on individual merit, diversity, and other factors. Over the years, the wall has featured individual and community projects alike. It has depicted surfers, animals, music scenes, and more relating to Bondi’s culture. Each mural is maintained for a minimum of six months before another artist is invited with the exception of two murals: the ANZAC commemorative mural and Bali bombing mural in memory of the Bondi local Chloe.

The walkway is used by both beachgoers and those wanting a scenic route along the beach alike. Visitors have seen the wall change over time and will continue to see it doing so for years to come.

Bondi Beach fish aerosol art

Graffiti of various scenes on the Bondi Sea Wall

Bondi Sea Wall Bali Memorial