Published 1 day ago in Photography
Beth Galton is a New York based photographer specializing in still life food photography. Read the rest of this entry →
Everyone knows that the appearance of your food makes up a large part of the overall impression of of its use.
Well, if you were able make a bowl of noodles in a Chewbacca, and sandwiches – in Angry Birds, from your meal is unlikely anyone will be able to refuse. So lets have a look at amazing food art!
BYDŁO i POWIDŁO (Meat-ing Place) is the first restaurant in Warsaw with true beef. The place specialty are Argentinian beef burgers and steaks, however in menu you will also find beef salads, sandwiches, famous New York pastrami bagels and Hot Salt Beef. Read the rest of this entry →
Published 13 days ago in Photography
A food photographer Beth Galton created a series “Cut Food” - a dish that has been cut in half. Galton was working in collaboration with a food stylist Charlotte Omnès, which used gelatin in liquid, to strengthen them before cutting in half. Read the rest of this entry →
A loving father David LaFerriere has livened up lunch time for his sons Evan, 15, and Kenny, 14 by decorating their sandwich bags with imaginative artwork. Children do not see these illustrations until getting into school to have breakfast. The artist begins with a simple black-and-white illustrations of fish or birds, and now it can be a illustration of a ghost who plays golf. Read the rest of this entry →
Published 80 days ago in Photography
An instagram project by Minneapolis-based graphic designer and illustrator David Schwen pairs perfect Pantone food matches.In this series, classic food combinations create their own palette of Pantone colors, each more delectable than the last. Read the rest of this entry →