Sibling duo Madina Yavorskaya and Rustam Kungurov are the talented bakers behind Moscow-based bakery Tortik Annushka. But their cakes aren’t your ordinary tarts and pastries—they craft delectable desserts inspired by fine art. From a Van Gogh-themed double-tier cake to a Hieronymus Bosch-inspired masterpiece, scrolling through their Instagram is like visiting a virtual art museum—except it’s all edible!
Whether it’s your birthday or your wedding day, a beautiful (and tasty) cake is a must for celebrating the occasion.
Food artist and mom Laleh Mohmedi transforms ordinary ingredients into edible masterpieces on plates.
Some desserts look too good to eat (well, almost) and Malizzi Cakes recently crafted a wedding cake that was as pretty as it was delicious. Inspired by the bride’s love of peacocks, baking sisters Liz Malizzi Skokowski and Darlene Malizzi Tillman created a unique tiered cake that doubles as a work of food art.
Italian pastry chef Matteo Stucchi creates desserts that not only look delicious, but they also double as fantastical miniature worlds.
From patterned pasta to vegetable sculptures, more and more artists are creating surprising works of art with food.
For years, self-described “flour child” Leslie Vigil has wowed us with her beautiful, blossoming buttercream cakes. On top of magically transforming frosting into flowers, however, the seasoned cake artist boasts another skill: she can craft elaborate embroidered designs out of nothing but piped icing. In her colorful collection of Tapestry Cakes, Vigil covers ordinary sheet cakes in sugary sweet “stitches.
There are few things as visually soothing as objects neatly organized.
Many contemporary bakers get creative with cake decorating, resulting in incredible edible sculptures, but Maddie Lu goes above and beyond...
Of all the places to find artistic inspiration, Japanese art director Yuni Yoshida finds it in her kitchen fruit bowl. She creates surreal food compositions in which apples, oranges, bananas, and other everyday ingredients appear as though they’ve been digitally pixelated and spliced together. Despite the digitized and Photoshopped look, every edible work of art is, in fact, impressively and meticulously crafted by hand.
Culinary creative Sine (aka Foodbites) brings fruit and vegetables to life by transforming them into super-cute characters.
From glittering cappuccinos to photorealistic foam portraits, coffee is inspiring a surprising amount of creativity recently.