Crazy Food ArtMonday, November 28th, 2011
For all you Artists and Foodies out there this video is for you!
Crazy Food Art is a huge Artistic display of not only Art but Culinary Talent. There is a huge following of people who not only enjoy viewing food art but creating it.
Blindmelon58 has put together a “taste” of creative food art designs. The best part is at the end you can sit down and enjoy eating your creation when you have finished making it.
Hope this is inspirational to all of you and once again Crazy Food Art Video demonstrates that Art comes in many forms!
The Following Are Just A Sample of Food Art Specialists
Carl Warner – Foodscapes
Photographer Carl Warner’s tools are similar to those of Ida and Javelle, but rather than focus on the foreground, he goes to great lengths to use fruits, vegetables, and anything else he can find in his kitchen to create stunning landscapes… or foodscapes! The photographs look absolutely stunning, and for someone who was unaware that this is ‘food art’ they might not even acknowledge that everything is in fact made from edible items. Beware, however, you cannot eat these sets because of the excessive amounts of glue and pins needed to put them together.
Joost Elffers and Saxton Freymann – Food Play
If there were ever two people who didn’t listen to their mothers they would be Elffers and Freymann. The collaborators have written over a dozen books together, all of them tackling the subject of playing with your food and turning everyday fruits and vegetables into incredibly cute animals and anthropomorphic characters. All their creations are appropriate for all ages and may help you feed your kids broccoli and other pesky greens!
While the concept of Bento, a common Japanese cuisine that comes in a single-portion home-packaged take out meal, is very much like the lunch your mom pack for you before you left for school, the similarities end there. The Japanese have taken the art of Bento boxes to incredible heights. The results are nothing short of complex and visually appealing displays that are often so beautiful that you just don’t want to eat them and wish you could preserve them forever. In fact, in Japan, contests are often held where people compete for the best designed arrangements, which range from celebrities, pets and animals, characters from popular culture, and more. SOURCE
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