We all love our Seattle Seahawks and most of us love pancakes… right?
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Well, if you like the Seahawks and pancakes, and you need some ideas for your next family breakfast, keep on reading.
A gentleman from Washington state named Nathan Shields spends his free time making incredible art using pancake batter, cooking them into creative illustrations that you have to see to believe.
No, this isn’t an infomercial, his creations are just that spectacular.
Take a look at his website, Saipancakes.com.
Per the website, Shields is an “illustrator, math teacher and professional dad” who “began entertaining my kids with silly pancakes during our adventure in Saipan.”
And the rest was history.
Recently, Shields has been turning NFL logos into pancake art and the results are spectacular.
Shields loves staying in contact with his fans as well, via his website:
"I’ll cook up whatever you have in mind, and can send you a time-lapse video of the process. I’ll need to know a bit about your project to get you a quote – just contact me.I donate half the profits to Union of Concerned Scientists and the Pacific Marine Resources Institute in Saipan, and the other half goes toward my children’s college education."
So how was the Seahawks logo created?
Without further adieu, here is the video of the Seattle Seahawks pancake logo’s creation:
Now we know what our own logo looks like, but what about the rest of the league?
Goodness knows I could care less about San Francisco’s logo, but perhaps if I tried cooking it I would just let it burn a little more than usual. Or a lot more than usual.
But I digress.
If you click here, FanSided has put together a poll to determine which logo you liked the best.
Would you ever try making the Seahawks logo? Other than Seattle’s which logo did you like best?
Let us know in the comments section!