Fruit is given a complete makeover in Yuni Yoshida‘s whimsical arrangements. The Japanese art director uses her masterfully carving skills and whimsical ideas to transform apples, oranges, and bananas into surreal arrangements that look like they've been digitally altered. With some clever cutting, her fruits look like they've been spliced together or altered into abstract forms of art. Yoshida utilizes all parts of the food to make her ideas pop.
The Halloween season is upon us, and that means pumpkin carving is right around the corner.
Few paintings are as widely known as Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa.
Sometimes you see a work of art that looks good enough to eat. In the case of Amaury Guichon‘s sculptures, you actually can take a bite. The French-born and Las Vegas-based chef is famous for creating lifelike art entirely from edible ingredients. One of his most recent masterpieces not only resembles a foosball table but it also possesses some of the same functions. Guichon constructed the complex work from numerous pieces of chocolate.
Have you ever come across a photo of a meal that looks so good that it makes your mouth water?
Artist Maria Skog is a chef, but none of her food is edible.
When dining out, we don't always get to see the hard work and talent that goes into preparing each dish. So it's enlightening when people share videos of chefs at work. One such case is Takumi Murakami, the chef at the Shibuya, Tokyo, location of the restaurant Kani chahan no mise. His masterful skill of preparing omurice has earned him the title “god of fried rice.
When you think of Japan, Mount Fuji is likely one the first things that come to mind.
A sweet tooth doesn’t have to stop at edible treats.
At your local supermarket or grocery store, you can expect to find typical produce like tomatoes and peppers that all look about the same. So why are “ugly” fruits and vegetables excluded? German artist Uli Westphal became interested in this question after visiting local street markets in Berlin, finding an abundance of irregular produce for the first time.
For many people, one of the best parts of Christmas is the delicious, traditional home-cooked meals that signify the season.
Angular and geodesic are unlikely words to describe pastries, but not if you’re Dinara Kasko.