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We all know Ferrero Rocher chocolates. Even if you’ve never tasted them, you must have seen one of their many TV commercials in which swanky looking people in tuxedos and cocktail dresses enjoy a bite of the luxurious treat. Still, just how luxurious can a mass-produced chocolate treat really be? And how luxurious would it be if...
Matija Erceg is a Canadian graphic designer behind the @seriousdesign Instagram account in which she reconstructs everyday objects with food. While dozens of artists on instagram try to show food in an attractive and tantalizing way, Matija transforms it with irony and pop "taste", mixing it with tech objects in common use.
Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin’s goal is to show the world that pies can be fun and easy to make. She started her pie journey called “Pies are awesome” in 2016 and has been creating incredible decorations inspired by pop culture. She illustrates famous people and fictional characters in her “Pietrait” series. Check out her amazing pies below. https://www.instagram.com/p/BcX-W8BAoqq/?tagged=piesareawesome https://www.instagram.com/p/BddH76sh8_G/?tagged=piesareawesome https://www.instagram.com/p/BdrofxvBwVa/?tagged=pietraits https://www.instagram.com/p/BeCUYCuhNIC/?tagged=pietraits https://www.instagram.com/p/BeSOhhJBqdh/?tagged=pietraits https://www.instagram.com/p/BeYrvsugXb4/?tagged=pietraits https://www.instagram.com/p/BeguxzoBBNf/?tagged=pietraits  
Probably you’ve heard this a lot from your parents as kids: do not play with food. Obviously, nobody got successfully this message to Yuni Yoshida, a thirty-something Japanese artist, and photographer who uses all kinds of food in really creative ways. In her latest series entitled Pixelated, she creates revisited still lifes, bringing a resolutely modern and symbolic touch...
Where municipalities do not do their job, Jim Bachor intervenes to cover the crevices with imagination. He is known for creating various mosaics of flowers or ice cream of all kinds - cornets, sherbets, ice creams. But everything changed five years ago in the streets of Chicago. After a very harsh winter, the streets of the city were severely...
3D jelly cakes are popular in South-east Asian countries like Malaysia and Vietnam, but some of the world’s incredible masterpieces are created by an artist from Sydney, Australia. Siew Heng Boon discovered 3D jelly cakes in 2016, while spending time in Malaysia. She took a course on it, where she learned all the basics about design, coloring and taste. One...
Gastronomy and art are often linked, literally. Thai artist Nawaporn Pax Piewpun knows how to make from rice an authentic dish with attractive design. From Pikachu to Doraemon, also passing through the Star Wars characters, Nawaporn Pax creates succulent dishes where the rice becomes figurines that represent the popular world of television and film. Her dishes have already traveled the...
Italian artist Diego Cusano likes to give 'ordinary' objects a new meaning. Every day he posts a picture on social media that combines everyday objects in a non-traditional way. Cusano calls himself a "Fantasy researcher" and likes to explore the link between imagination and reality. The objects in his art change their ordinary 'function' through the drawing to a...
Parmesan cheese (Parmigiano Reggiano in Italian) is pressed cheese made from cow's milk that comes from a very specific region of Italy, namely Emilia-Romagna. It has had a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) status since 1996 but its origin goes back almost 900 years and its manufacture has not changed since. For Italian artist Valeriano Fatica, the cheese wheel is...
A simple coffee cup made of cardboard is converted into a work of art in the hands of South Korean artist Soo Min Kim. The young artist uses the white Starbucks cup as a canvas and modifies the green logo of the brand's famous mermaid, who becomes different characters: from one of the Beatles on the famous cover of...

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