While many of us are just trying to get the hang of putting together a gingerbread house that won’t collapse, motion designer Caroline Eriksson is pushing the limits of the medium. Since 2013, the Swedish creative has been producing impressive movie-related gingerbread sculptures. Her creations, which take about five weeks to complete, become more and more ambitious each year.
The holiday season is known for its delicious desserts.
Even if you haven’t watching Disney+’s Star Wars live-action series, The Mandalorian, chances are you’ve seen Baby Yoda (aka The...
Playing with your food is no longer a faux pas—especially when you’re as talented as food stylist De Meal Prepper. Her animal-inspired arrangements go beyond your average dinner plate and rise to the level of edible art. Using a combination of rice, vegetable purees, and spices, she forms three-dimensional portraits that look almost too cute to eat. De Meal Prepper forms her food with a realistic style and a painterly touch.
Sibling duo Madina Yavorskaya and Rustam Kungurov are the talented bakers behind Moscow-based bakery Tortik Annushka.
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. Working with the likes of pita bread, noodles, and lettuce, she uses the foodstuffs as a painter would wield pigment and brush. The results of her cooking and plating are pop culture portraits of beloved fictional characters. She produces amazing likenesses of all of her subjects—an especially impressive feat considering everything that she produces is edible, too.
Some desserts look too good to eat (well, almost)
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. 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.