This site lets you make art--not war--with your pizza toppings a half-shell?

If you live in New York City and have no qualms about forking out 36 bucks for the chance to slap a Nyan Cat onto your pizza, we've got some pretty exciting news for you.

As spotted by Incredible Things, a service in the Big Apple is now offering exactly that. Entitled Paint Your Pizza, this online service will let you drizzle pepperoni like stars, build an egg-yolk sun, and garnish your cheesy indulgence with pretty much anything else on the menu.

Can't be bothered to get on a computer? There's an app for it too, it appears. Best of all, perhaps, the service also lets you invite others to collaborate on your impending edible masterpiece. Of course, you should probably bear in mind that the finished product is going to originate from Ray's Pizza, so if you have an aversion to the joint for whatever reason, you may want to keep away (not being from New York, I don't know either way about how good it is).

The whole concept is built atop the bones of, a web-based paint app created by Swedish artist Jonas Lund. As for the whole 'Paint Your Pizza' idea itself, it was revealed as part of the Eyebeam Annual Showcase where attendees created 3500 personalized pizzas, but only purchased three.

Pfft. Philistines.

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