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Awesome Dad Making Creative Lunchboxes for His Daughter

This amazing food art was created by full-time job father of three Beau Coffron from San Francisco. He considers his lunch box preparing time as his fun activity as sports and TV is for other people. Beau, known online as Lunchbox dad, makes these full of love and edible characters boxes for his first-grader daughter. Not only they have fun together laughing and cherishing her favorite books and TV characters, but actually this hobby brought Coffron closer to his kid, as he found himself knowing more about his daughter’s interests as well as he was able to show her his love while she’s at school…. Read more »

Maps of Famous Foods Around the World

“Food Maps” is a food art project by photographer Henry Hargreaves and food stylist Caitlin Levin. When you hear cheese, most probably first country that comes  to your mind is France, noodles – China and so on. Henry and Caitlin used all the food stereotypes to map them over the outlines of countries and continents the product is popular in or origin from. Edible maps came out stunning and full of taste. They also could be used as little guidelines for food tourism. “These maps show how food has traveled the globe. while we know that tomatoes originally came form the Andes in south… Read more »

Edible Sculptures from Colorful Food by Dan Cretu

Dan Cretu, photographer from Romania, specializes on creating avarage objects like radio, bicycle, camera and so on using fruits, vegetables and other eatable stuff. His way of playing with food brings out very unexpected and complicated art sculptures.  “All objects and things around us daily are possible subjects for me. The challenge is to transform a common object that we don’t notice anymore into something unusual, alive, and appealing.” – says Dan.

Food Art by Samantha Lee – A Masterpiece on a Plate

Samantha Lee – a mom from Malaysia – turned simple routine of feeding her two daughters into amazing art. She’d never studied cooking in a culinary school as well as she doesn’t use any expensive tools in her creations, only simple kitchen ware, yet the result she comes with is stunning. “I started my very first Bento making in December 2008, when I was heavily pregnant with my second daughter,” – says Samantha – “It was to let my elder daughter to eat independently after the arrival of her younger sister. I was very lucky and blessed that my creations never… Read more »

Artistic Portraits in Spilled Food

When something is spilled most people will just clean the mess up, but not the French self-taught artist Vivi Mac. In her ongoing series called Art Ephemere, Mac is creating very detailed portraits of famous people out of literally anything – salt, milk, caramel, gum, crushed ice – you name it. She didn’t study anywhere except of online resources and Facebook, yet her work is amazing in all aspects; the tray as a canvas and anything edible as a tool – how creative is that!

31 Days of Creative Food Art by Malaysian Artist ‘Red’ Hong Yi

A 31 day mission Malaysian artist & architect Hong Yi -aka Red- took upon her self to create a daily fun illustration with her food. Her parameters were simple: the image had to be comprised entirely of food and the only backdrop could be a white plate. The project has been documented heavily around the web, but if you haven’t seen it all head over to her Facebook and read an interview on designboom. Photos will also be appearing on her Instagram at @redhongyi. Red was previously featured on this blog for her Coffee Ring Stains Portrait.

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