Food Art

October 7, 2019

Baker Creates Colorful Cute Cakes with All the Best Pop Culture Characters

Whether it’s your birthday or your wedding day, a beautiful (and tasty) cake is a must for celebrating the occasion. Malaysian baker Shaun Teo creates custom cakes featuring pop culture characters, sculpted from buttercream and fondant. From a Lion King-themed birthday cake to a buttercreamy Batman dessert, each playful, culinary creation showcases this artisanal baker’s incredible talent and imagination.

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September 11, 2019

Brilliant Food Artist Turns Boring Cakes into Imaginative Miniature Scenes of Life

Italian pastry chef Matteo Stucchi creates desserts that not only look delicious, but they also double as fantastical miniature worlds. The 26-year-old’s playful culinary creations feature tiny figurines that are cleverly placed among his cakes to appear as though they’re farming candied land and exploring sugary terrains. Stucchi has a dedicated Instagram fan base of over 200,000 followers, and it’s clear to see why.

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July 25, 2019

Artist Transforms Fresh Foods into Mind-Bending Arrangements of Tasty Patterns

There are few things as visually soothing as objects neatly organized. Artist Adam Hillman has built his practice around this idea, but often with a twist. Though he occasionally uses everyday objects such as coins and crayons in his pattern arrangements, Hillman primarily aligns elements that are perishable and prone to expiring quickly. The artist demonstrates that the likes of fruit, candy, bacon, and eggs don’t need to be eaten right away.

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June 1, 2019

Food Artist Crafts Quirky Characters That Are Too Cute to Eat

Culinary creative Sine (aka Foodbites) brings fruit and vegetables to life by transforming them into super-cute characters. From banana penguins to strawberry mice, each edible work of art showcases her playful sense of humor and boundless creativity. By using melted chocolate and other confectionery embellishments, Sine gives everyday ingredients from her fruit bowl cartoon eyes, expressive mouths, and sometimes even paws.

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