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Art You Can Eat by Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida

Art You Can Eat by Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida

Art You Can Eat by Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida

Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida, Indiana Pacers a husband-and-wife photographer team who met each other while studying photography at the Paris “Arts Decoratifs” art school. Nike Air Max 2017 Dames blauw Their photo project Minimiam (miniature and “yummy” (miam in French)) brought the imaginary world of tiny people to life. Cheap Nike shoes And what makes it more wonderful is the tasty backdrop of fruits, vegetables and pastries.

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Hasan Kale Paints Small Paintings on Tiny Bits of Food

Hasan Kale Paints Small Paintings on Tiny Bits of Food

Hasan Kale Paints Small Paintings on Tiny Bits of Food

Hasan Kale, kanken Mochilas Kanken Big an undeniably talented artist from Turkey, adidas chaussures homme pushes the limits of art by painting tiny yet recognizable paintings on tiny pieces of food. Chaussures Nike Pas Cher Scarpe Nike Some of Kale’s canvasses are peanuts, Nike Kyrie Irving split almonds, Air Jordan 1 Uomo bananas, Fjallraven Kanken No.2 beans and even a grain of rice. Gel Lyte Pas Cher fjallraven kanken baratas Most of these are so tiny that they can’t be seen clearly without magnification, goedkope nike air max Asics Gel Lyte 3 Pas Cher which begs the question – how did he do that!? Kale is even planning to paint a silhouette of Istanbul on a strand of hair, Nike Air Max 1 Heren Fjallraven Kanken Classic and if there’s anyone who can do this,

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Intricate Food Illustrations by Anna Keville Joyce

Intricate Food Illustrations by Anna Keville Joyce

Intricate Food Illustrations by Anna Keville Joyce

Food stylist Anna Keville Joyce grieved when her pet bird died, nike air max 2017 dames Sac À Dos Kånken Fjällräven but she turned her mourning in a tangible way. Nike Air Max TN Homme air max She used her professional skills as a food stylist to aid in the healing process, goedkoop nike air max 2016 Asics Femme Pas Cher and the results are stunning. Solde adidas zx flux Mochilas Kanken Baratas A Tribute to Budgie is a series of elegant birds comprised of food and arranged on plates which Joyce came up with. Nick Marshall Auburn Football Jerseys Nike Air Max Goedkoop While Joyce crafted the illustrations, fjällräven kånken No.2 goedkoop nike air max photographer Agustín Nieto documented the series.

Joyce uses food in inventive ways and surrounding each plate are the foods that were used in the production of the series.

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China’s Terracotta Warriors Sculpted Out of Pizza Dough

China’s Terracotta Warriors Sculpted Out of Pizza Dough

China’s Terracotta Warriors Sculpted Out of Pizza Dough

An army of Terracotta Warriors was assembled to commemorate the 500th Pizza Express restaurant that was recently opened in Beijing, adidas uk store China. fjallraven kanken baratas What’s incredible is that this army is crafted out of pizza dough! The incredible palm-sized figures were meticulously sculpted by food artist Annabel de Vetten of Conjurer’s Kitchen, chaussures air max pas cher which specializes in making creepy horror cakes and “disturbing delights.”

The warriors have an impressive amount of detail considering the material that de Vetten had to work with. cheap air jordans uk With the amount of patience and skill that went into producing this army,

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Realistic Foods Playfully Knitted Out of Wool

Realistic Foods Playfully Knitted Out of Wool

Realistic Foods Playfully Knitted Out of Wool

The Comfort Food series is a collaboration between prop stylist Jessica Dance and food photographer David Sykes. Dance used a knitting machine to produce everything from chicken and eggs to a full English breakfast. Sykes then worked to set the knitted food under perfect lighting and photographed it. From a distance, it would seem that the shots are delicious meals. However, when you look closer, you will discover the rows, loops, and texture of the knitted objects.

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The Last Meals Of Death-Row Inmates Photographed by Henry Hargreaves

The Last Meals Of Death-Row Inmates Photographed by Henry Hargreaves

The Last Meals Of Death-Row Inmates Photographed by Henry Hargreaves

Think they are delicious and appetizing? Wait ’till you read the rest of it.

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31 Days of Food Creativity by Hong Yi

31 Days of Food Creativity by Hong Yi

31 Days of Food Creativity by Hong Yi

Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi created a series of fun illustrations made with common and not so common food. Her parameters were simple: the image had to be comprised entirely of food and the only backdrop could be a white plate.

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Big Appetites: Tiny People Living in a World of Giant Food by Christopher Boffoli

Big Appetites: Tiny People Living in a World of Giant Food by Christopher Boffoli

Big Appetites: Tiny People Living in a World of Giant Food by Christopher Boffoli

Christopher Boffoli‘s photo project Big Appetites: Tiny People in a World Of Big Food is a miniature masterpiece of photographic humor.

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Foodscapes by Carl Warner

Foodscapes By Carl Warner

Foodscapes By Carl Warner

Carl Warner‘s Foodscapes series uses real food, meticulously and painstakingly arranged to resemble landscapes, both well-known and imaginary. It can’t be denied that there is some editing, but the attention to detail of each picture is very clear and meticulously made.

Warner uses a wide variety of different ingredients, such as deli meats, fresh fish, fruit, vegetables and bread, and builds entire worlds that look unbelievably realistic. His food art include ships sailing, the Great Wall of China and forests and mountains.

The Foodscapes received international recognition back in 2008, and Carl has been coming up with new pieces ever since. This has led not only to many commissions for international clients such as Nestle, Unilever and General Mills, but also to a publishing deal with Abrams books which saw the launch of his first book ‘Carl Warner’s Food Landscapes’ in November 2010.

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Food Photography by Louie Aguinaldo

Food Photography by Louie Aguinaldo

Food Photography by Louie Aguinaldo

Everybody loves food. Who doesn’t? Especially if it comes first with tempting, tasty pictures in the menu.

Food photography plays an important part in every food business especially in restaurants because it creates a desire for any delicacy or restaurant dish. These photos need to be effective to catch the attention of the people’s eyes so photographer Louie Aguinaldo carefully used lighting and camera angles to bring out the color and texture of the food that one can almost taste it just by looking at it.

Filipino photographer Aguinaldo began by shooting portfolios for models in his own modeling agency back in 1991. When he was given a big break in 1995 by photographing artists, his career in photography expanded and he began to venture in advertising, food & beverages, concerts and other types of photography.

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