Every Day is ChristmasFood artist, Samantha Lee, creates masterpieces that show that creativity has no limits. She engages both adults and kids letting food that tell a story. Samantha has shared hundreds of pictures of foods turned into art, but we chose this one as Christmas is just around the corner.
Christmas Mice OutWith more than 284,000 Instagram followers, Ida Skivenes, is one of the most famous food artists today. She is also the author of the book “ Eat Your Art Out: Playful Breakfasts. ” Ida creates some of the most playful, creative food art out there. She's used everything from tropical fruits to recreate Rio de Janeiro, to this playful holiday themed dish.
Christmas Mice Out Sledding on Yoghurt Snow! (For @homemadebyyou). #christmas #mice #yoghurt #pancake #apple #chocolate #raspberries #clementine A photo posted by idafrosk (@idafrosk) on Dec 17, 2014 at 10:02am PST
Simple Breakfast IdeaUkranian visual artist, Darina Kossar, creates delicate and beautiful art, garnering a social media footprint of 5,700+ Instagram followers. Her work makes viewers want to rethink their boring breakfast menus for one like this slice of bread with cream cheese and some fruit on top.
Simple idea for breakfast 🍓 Toast + cream cheese + fruits. Wishing you a wonderful day!!! #dakotasky_art A photo posted by D A K O T A S K Y ✈️ (@darynakossar) on Nov 6, 2015 at 12:56am PST
Cute Little BirdBlogger Selena Kohng creates food art that is aimed at inspiring children to maintain a healthy diet. Her goal is not only to make food visually appealing, it is also a reminder of how important good food is for children’s growth and development. She has collaborated with several brands including Quaker Oats and Cascadian Farm. The cute little birds below is one of her fascinating, healthy snacks.
Food art fads come and go, but owl oatmeal is forever. | puzzle in reusable tin bank by @petitcollage #petitcollagebrandrep #mommyandmebowls A photo posted by Selena Kohng (@howaboutcookie) on Aug 27, 2015 at 1:30pm PDT
Coffee ArtItalian artist Giulia Bernadelli creates whimsical compositions out of spilled coffee. She told the Huffington Post “I decided to replace the brush by what nature has to offer, such as leaves, fruit peels, or just the food”. She also pointed out that she doesn’t plan her work in advance, she lets her imagination and the moment take control. Giulia employs edibles to recreate the sea, animals and portraits.
Bernulia&Pirelli for #wefeedthefuture #expo2015 watch the video on http://youtu.be/flIhuhBTXn8 🙌🏻 #foodart #draw #drawing #coffee #coffeeaddict #coffeeart #dessin #graphic #design #create #creative #handmade #amazing #artist #artwork #vsco #vscocam #happy #bernulia A photo posted by Giulia Bernardelli (@bernulia) on Oct 29, 2015 at 10:17am PDT
Minimalistic Food ArtAfter spending most of her childhood in her dad’s restaurant, Tisha Cherry became fascinated with the art of food presentation. Her passion would later on become a serious culinary hobby. Even though Tisha uses all sorts of foods, she is particularly delighted by the Oreo cookie, just like the picture below. She makes her clever works out of jellybeans, ice cream, bacon, eggs, peanuts and more.
Happy Birthday to the first man to walk on the moon! #NeilArmstrong 🌑🏃🏻🚀🇺🇸🌠 #OreoArt #ArtintheEats #Apollo11 #Leo A photo posted by Tisha Cherry 🍒🍒🍒 (@tishacherry) on Aug 5, 2015 at 5:38am PDT
“ Culinary Canvas”It's interesting to admire the work of artists who step out of the norm by opting for attractive mediums like food. Lauren Purnell recreates landscapes, flags, trees, flowers, turtles hummingbirds, entirely out of edible ingredients such as fruits, vegetables and the simplest of foods. Purnell’s work is characterized by its stunning color precision.
The Starry Night, 1889Vincent Van Gogh once said, "What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?". For illustrator Maria A. Aristidou it would be unthinkable. She began her career creating paintings with coffee and has now turned her focus to exquisite cakes. Aristidou paints famous masterpieces on edible cakes. Each of her projects takes between 6 to 10 hours of work, depending on the cake size and design.
Lucky for us, the food artists above love playing with their food, and we can’t thank them enough. Whether you want to try making your own food artwork or you simply love beautiful things, we hope this collection feeds your imagination. What was your favorite piece of food art?"What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?" -Vincent Van Gogh The Starry Night, 1889, Vincent Van Gogh Design on Cake by Maria A. Aristidou for Vienna Boutique - Cake Gallery @viennaboutique #viennaboutique #cakegallery #cyprus #larnaka #vincent #vangogh #starrynight #ma_aris #mariaaristidou A photo posted by Maria A. Aristidou (@ma_aris) on Sep 21, 2015 at 2:10am PDT