Archive for food
It’s SO hard to narrow down my search results for this image odyssey. There are legions of bizarre and beloved crunchy, sugary relics to be found. Let’s start with some collages by Like Totally 80’s, where you can also find original commercials. It was all about toy, video games…and doughnuts. Lots of doughnuts. (Click images to enlarge)
Who remembers Body Buddies? I had these as a kid. I think I believed they were healthy because of the deceptive name (and those awesomely strong kids on the box). Dear World, please notify me when sugary corn puffs become healthy. Thanks.
I couldn’t find an artist homepage for Japanese wood sculptor Seji Kawasaki, but I did find a great Instagram (which I was almost reluctant to follow because I feared while scanning my feed I’d think “Oh great, more pictures of peoples’ boring food.”)
The textures and hyper-real presentation he achieves are pretty incredible, no?
This Cookie Cutter is amazing because:
2) You can put icing on the cookies for a sweet feline appearance
3) You can serve them as-is as a subtle hint to unwanted guests
Today I bring you some rather impressive micro art by Turkish artist Hasan Kale.
He paints cityscapes on very unlikely tiny food and object canvases.
Chocolate I’d actually stop to admire (for a good 30 seconds; an eternity with chocolate in my face) before devouring it. Kidding, kidding. I’d eat around the painted part. I’m not rude enough to chomp on someone’s hard work. Usually.
Olga Noskova’s impossibly shiny “mirror” cakes are…to use a phrase I’m not entirely crazy about…blowing up to the Internet right now. With good reason.
Even the multilayered inside of these cakes has a beautiful presentation.