Detailed Miniature Dishes by Tomo Tanaka

Japanese artist Tomo Tanaka’s highly detailed miniature dishes. Although each dish looks delectable, the mouth-watering glazes and textures are deceiving. The dollhouse-sized food items that would barely amount to a mouthful are actually made out of clay and epoxy. Every item is made to scale – precisely 1/12 of the original size – which makes all of the objects look like they came from the same miniscule realm. He produces the tiny masterpieces under the brand Nunu’s House and sells to collectors and hobby enthusiasts.

Creative Food Art by Daryna Kossar

Today we want to show some creative food art by talented artist Daryna Kossar. Darina creates beautiful and funny paintings from food, makes photos and uploads them to Instagram. Take a look at her art works!

A Tribute to Budgie – Food Art of Anna Keville Joyce

Food illustrator & food stylist Anna Keville Joyce see a food in her plate under unusual angle. And perhaps it’s very similar to Hong Yi, his Creativity with Food project we’ve shown you some time ago. Anna’s project entitled “A Tribute to Budgie” represent a series of plate illustrations that are made up of 100% food elements. Enjoy the photo gallery below!

Delicious Maps of Countries Around the World Created From Native Foods

Artists Caitlin Levin and Henry Hargreaves are authors of project called Food Maps. It’s a series of detailed maps of different countries and continents, created from the delicacies for which each place is known. The United States’ map is a glorious quilt of wheat and corn. India is the richly colored mosaic of spices. Maps of Australia and Japan feature love of their citizens to seafood. And so on. “These maps show how food has traveled the globe – transforming and becoming a part of the cultural identity of that place.” If you like such food creativity then you should also check delicious flags of different countries also made from food. Have fun!

Picturesque Foodscapes by Carl Warner

At first glance, the following images look like painted landscapes, including towering hills, picturesque houses and stormy sea in the background. But if you look more closely you will see that the stormy sea was made of cabbage, trees are broccoli or celery and the hills are freshly baked bread. These aren’t paintings but true photos! And everything you can see in the photo is made of real food! Pictures were created by London photographer Carl Warner who made specialty of these food landscapes or how I like to call them “foodscapes”. In recent years he has been commissioned by many advertising agencies throughout Europe to produce his distinctive images for clients in the food industry.

Food Art Inspiration by Den Cretu

Food gives not only vitality but also inspiration. Talented Romanian artist Dan Cretu inspired by various fruits and vegetables created a great collection of objects design with food. Edible art works have different forms, look like animals, human faces, cameras, bicycles, motorcycles, and many different and familiar objects. Take a look and hope you will like them!

Dessert Pantone Tarts by Emilie de Griottes

French food designer Emilie de Griottes for a special feature in french culinary magazine Fricote developed dessert tarts that recreate Pantone colour swatches. Berries, carrots, lemon, candies, and other foods are arranged upon a tart base, whose bottom is iced in white and marked with the pantone colour represented. You can find recipes for making the tart in Fricote issue number 6 (2012). And meanwhile take a look at this collection of desert tarts.

Clothes Made out of Food by Ted Sabarese

Some time ago we’ve shown extremely interesting fashion accessories made out of real food – A Matter of Taste. Today we want to continue this theme and show other art photos from photographer Ted Sabarese. All clothes on the photos are edible because also made out of food. Interesting, clever and definetely worth your attention!