If you could design your own candy, what would it look like? Whether you want to craft star-shaped sweets or 3D edible flowers, you can make your ideas a reality with the Polaroid CandyPlay 3D Pen. It’s the world’s first device that allows you to draw what you want to eat. But instead of ink, it’s filled with colored candy cartridges in different flavors.
There’s lots of weird and wonderful art out there, with many talented creatives using all sorts of materials to create...
Deck the halls with frosting and candy!
For centuries, gingerbread has been an important part of holiday tradition. It has also provided an opportunity for creatives to impress friends and family with intricate cookies or edible structures. Dabbling in an artistic baking experiment is always fun, but at the end of the day, gingerbread is best when shared with loved ones. Did you know that intricate gingerbread cookies in the shape of your partner symbolized romantic love in medieval times?
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Dessert artist Liz Joy of Inspired to Taste decorates pies and cookies with exquisite, sugary designs that almost look too good to eat. She combines her experiences in illustration and art direction with baking to create eye-catching pastries for parties, brands, and promotional events. Although Joy's extensive portfolio includes a variety of sweet treats, she is best known for her amazing fantasy pies.
From hot, creamy lattes to green tea chocolate, matcha is a long-standing favorite flavor in Japan.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, you might already be dreaming up this year’s menu.
Inspired by the traditional art of Thai fruit carving, Tomoko Sato crafts incredible food sculptures from everyday ingredients. She transforms apples, watermelons, sweet potatoes, turnips, and more by meticulously hand-carving intricate designs on their surfaces. From geometric patterns to elaborate motifs, each piece is a work of edible art. Sato visited Thailand in 2004, where she learned to hone her fruit carving skills.
Self-taught baker Lauren Ko combines artistry and pie to craft desserts that are a treat for the eyes and the...
When is a rug not a rug? When it’s a cake by Alana Jones-Mann.