From patterned pasta to vegetable sculptures, more and more artists are creating surprising works of art with food. Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin (of The Pieous) is another one of these talented food artists—she bakes mouth-watering, creative pie crust designs based on pop culture characters. The humble pie might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to beautiful food, but Clark-Bojin turns baking into an impressive art form.
For years, self-described “flour child” Leslie Vigil has wowed us with her beautiful, blossoming buttercream cakes.
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 with her incredible Millennium Falcon cake. Star Wars fans will appreciate the level of detail the talented food artist has put into the design—the edible spaceship looks just like it belongs in the films.
Of all the places to find artistic inspiration, Japanese art director Yuni Yoshida finds it in her kitchen fruit bowl.
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. The latest latte art to catch our eye is by Japanese hobbyist barista Kusanagi (who is known as Kunit92 on Instagram). She decorates hot brews with charming bird illustrations rendered in colored foam. Kusanagi was initially inspired by her own pink bird named Sakura, a Bourke’s parrot, but she also creates all sorts of coffee birds.
Many people are familiar with KFC’s “finger lickin’ good” food, but have you ever considered it as a creative medium?
In the age of Instagram, cafes all over the world are constantly coming up with new ways to turn a...
Whether you’re vegan or gluten-free, many restaurants today will happily cater to your dietary needs. However, at Sushi Singularity in Tokyo, diners will be treated to an entirely new level of hospitality. To eat at the upcoming restaurant, guests will need more than just a table reservation—they’ll be asked to prepare biological samples that will be used to craft custom 3D-printed sushi.
Self-taught baker Lauren Ko pushes the aesthetic boundaries of the beloved pie.
We all know that marshmallows are meant to melt in your mouth, but did you know that some will even...