"What we get really inspired by are, when you go into old 99-cent stores, the bulk supplies that are shitty but look beautiful in the way they’re packaged or the graphic design," Ho explains. "We always buy junky things and funny ephemera, these things you don’t really do anything with." One of their favorites is the paper faux–dim sum at left, which is meant for the Chinese tradition of burning paper objects — even in the shape of things like boom boxes and cigarette cartons — to commemorate a loved one who's passed away. "It's something no one else would care about but us," laughs Ho. "And it looks delicious," adds Andersen.