If you’re creative enough, art can be made anywhere. Over the past year, we’ve seen artists transform otherwise ordinary meals into spectacular works of food art. From cakes to lattes, these edible creations make a strong case for why you should play with your food. Malaysian maker Hazel Zakariya is one of the latest foodies to wow us with her unconventional visuals; rather than a canvas, she “paints” striking scenes across her smoothie bowls.
Japan's unique take on sweet treats consistently captures our attention, from inventive baked goods, edible coffee cups, and now—thanks to one particularly cutting-edge company in Seki—ice...
Thanks to a recent cosmic culinary trend, more and more foods are getting the galactic treatment.
It’s not everyday that you can cozy up to a hot dog or hamburger, but in one unconventional collection of furniture design, it's now possible to snuggle up with a pickle slice. In a collaboration between Italian retailer Seletti and designers at Studio Job, beloved greasy foods have transformed into quirky upholstered furniture.
A chef’s cooking style can be as unique as an artist’s hand.
Ukraine-based designer and artist Hanna Dovhan is known for skillfully handcrafting adorable pairs of felted food.
Certain foods lend themselves well to becoming works of art. Watermelons, with their hard rinds, produce incredible edible sculptures that will make you rethink how you look at fruit. Recently, a watermelon carving out of China has blown us away with both its intricate detail and clever engineering. A short video demonstrates how this awe-inspiring carved watermelon works. At the beginning, the rind appears to be etched into a fancy design—nothing else.
When is a bouquet of flowers not a bouquet of flowers? When it’s a cake, of course!
If you've been searching for ways to add a tropical touch and sweet kick to your summer cooking, look no further than...
Recently, the humble ice cream cone has undergone a sugary series of transformations. It has been turned into taco shells, reshaped into friendly fish, and even dyed black. Now, thanks to Coffee Cone, a cafe in Tokyo, everyone's favorite ice cream accoutrement has adopted a new role as an edible coffee cup. As made apparent by the prevalence of the #coffeeinacone hashtag on Instagram, many coffeeshops around the world sell this peculiar pairing.
At first glance, the work of Jan Campbell looks like it could be carved out of wood.
In the midst of summer heatwaves, few things are as refreshing as biting into a juicy watermelon.