Who would have thought the instant noodles we’re all familiar with could turn up as art. This Yokohama museum celebrates the iconic noodle cup in a series of galleries. The museum is a tribute to Momofuku Ando, who revolutionized eating customs all
A family trip to Hilton Head, South Carolina, gave us the joy of eating oysters. See the whole story at this link on Steller, a great storytelling app I’ve been using for a while. https://steller.co/s/68NBk2JZTcg / And for all my photo books, click these images.
Graphic designer David LaFerriere has drawn more than 1,800 of these illustrations on his children’s sandwich lunch bags since 2008 and has millions of views on the Flickr stream where they’re all logged. The Kritzels, the characters he draws in marker, are creatures of love, friendship and trust.
Jae Yong Kim may look the part but don’t let the baker’s trays fool you. These donuts are fired clay, glazed and sprinkled d with Swarovski crystals, gold luster and white gold.
What fun. The made-with-food art of 65-year-old Victor Nunes from São Paulo is capturing attention on the web. He doodles and draws around everyday items like popcorn, nuts and cookies. See his Facebook, here.
These Pantone dessert style color swatches were created by French art director Emilie Guelpa for food magazine Fricote. White icing is topped by fruits, candies, vegetables, and other foods in Pantone colors. So creative.