Sydney-based foodie Ami, aka @the_sunkissed_kitchen, shows that with this nutritious drink comes the opportunity for drool-worthy food art. The vegan Instagrammer regularly shares the beautiful coconut milk bowls that she creates using fresh fruit, oats, and of course, coconuts.Ami’s bowls look almost too good to eat. Vibrant and visually exciting, she combines hues like baby blue and magenta with citrus fruits and delicate edible flowers, using her dish as an unlikely canvas
“My family is in the bakery business and I learned to bake when I was about 10,” says Kittiwat. “I want to speak out about my religious beliefs and dough can say it all. Baking human parts can show the audience how transient bread, and life, is. Also, my bread is still bread no matter […]
Maybe you need food replicas for your restaurant business? If you do, this Korean miniature of food replica is all you need to entice your client’s hunger for delicious meals. Kim Cloug’s piece is really something relating with food sculptures measuring 1:12 scale, meaning 1 inch equals to 12 inches.
Tomato Tiger, Australian father and son duo can combine their love of food as well as art. They use food coloring, water and basic pancake mix to make delicious colorful pancakes in style of Homer Simpson, Angry Bird, Frozen’s Olaf or Garfield.