The Sunday Word from the Crypt: Cheesus Christ, the cheese grater for the devout Christian

Hallelujah! Finally a product for devout Christians: Cheesus Christ, the cheese grater is here for about 10 to have €

The Cheesus Christ Grater is a tongue-in-cheek handy cheese grater, perfect for adding those final cheesy garnishes to pasta or salad. Handily sized for use at the table, the Cheesus Christ Grater adds a touch of fun to mealtimes.

The Cheesus Christ Grater has a stainless steel plane grater with black plastic handle. It measures 23.5 cms in length and will store easily away in your kitchen drawer. The stainless steel grater has medium sized holes and is 11.5 x 6 CMS. Laser etched onto the grater is an image of ‘Jesus’ from where the Cheesus Christ Grater cheekily takes its name. The black handle is both comfortable and ergonomic and won’t cause your hand to slip whilst grating. The Cheesus Christ Grater is both fun and functional and the perfect gift for anyone who is setting up home or moving into a new place.

The Sunday Word from the Crypt: Cheesus Christ, the cheese grater for the devout Christian
The Sunday Word from the Crypt: Cheesus Christ, the cheese grater for the devout Christian

Cross-shaped chapel in the cliffs

I love to visit churches, this is not a believer Christ, but the incredible and fantastic architecture for. The church has(to) masse money available, to erect buildings for epochal. A very special instance to „The Holy Cross Chapel“ will, the designed cruciform to be built in the middle of a cliff by the sea. The Greek Architects Association Opa would like to implement a good piece on the edge of the island Serifos. The island belongs to the Cyclades, a group of islands in the Aegean Sea and offers a fascinating view of a wonderful environment. Only the size of the building could be described as opulent, the design presented otherwise a fairly minimalist aesthetic. I like the clear design and the connection of pure acting Materials Glass, Wood and concrete. Further information about the project there to see here

It translates symbolism and millennia of tradition and belief into space with a materiality based on the simplicity and harmony of contemporary architecture. Purity of belief is celebrated in this minimalistic design devoid of earthly distractive elements.

Cross-shaped chapel in the cliffs
Cross-shaped chapel in the cliffs
Cross-shaped chapel in the cliffs
Cross-shaped chapel in the cliffs
Cross-shaped chapel in the cliffs
Cross-shaped chapel in the cliffs
Cross-shaped chapel in the cliffs

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