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Watermelon Food Sculptures by Clive Copper

We often see the sculpting of wood and ice. From our streets to our work places, they are very readily found. However, food sculptures, let alone fruit sculptures, is really something worth noting. For example Clive Cooper’s watermelon sculptures of different creatures and characters. This Canadian artist does not go to the market and buy watermelons to […]

Sweet Selections – Illustrations by Georgi Dimitrov

Pin It These toothsome illustrations are just some of the works of Bulgarian illustrator Georgi Dimitrov. It seems to me that these high-calorie snacks were deconstructed into their basic elements with rather drippy results. Oddly enough, the cartoonish aspect of the drawings gives the viewer a new perspective on these so-called ‘junk’ food. Georgi is […]

A Natural Order – Collected Images by Lucas Foglia

Pin It Lucas Foglia didn’t have an ordinary childhood. His parents were part of the “back-to-the land” movement who strove for self-sufficiency. They had a farm where they grew and preserved their own food. They traded their surplus for what they couldn’t grow. He went to the prestigious Yale School of Art where he was […]

Red Hot Harley – Fantastic Food Creations by Dan Cretu

Pin It These days, vegetables and fruit aren’t just food – they’re also artistic medium. Dan Cretu, a professional photographer, created food-based imitations of real-life objects like radios, motorbikes, matches, soccer balls, bicycles, 8-track tapes, and old-school film cameras. Each piece was prepared and photographed in less than four hours and no digital alterations were […]

The Small Stuff – Daryna Kossar

Pin It Daryna Kossar is an outstanding photographer and designer from Ukraine. Now, we’ve featured a lot of food art before but Daryna stands out with her creative use of everything that happens to be at hand. the list of things she’s used include: lipstick, mascara, blueberries, cookies, coffee, bread, and sugar cubes. According to […]

Big Appetites – Christopher Boffoli

Pin It Big Appetites is the brainchild of photographer Christopher Boffoli. It’s a series featuring miniscule figures interacting with perfectly chosen food items. The series has been published both in print and online in more than 100 countries. Its worldwide appeal may lie in the fact that everyone has to eat – no matter your […]

Dinner in the Dark – Unique Food Photography by Vanessa K. Rees

Pin It Vanessa K. Rees is an award-winning photographer whose list of clients include prestigious names like Food & Wine Magazine, H.Bloom, and Ralph Lauren. She loves all kinds of photography but she’ particularly drawn to still lifes, food, and lifestyle photography. Her passion for getting the lighting ‘just right’ drives her to use up […]

I See You – Insect Macrophotography by Alexandr Svetlovskiy

Pin It Alexander’s last name has two spelling alternatives. One is Svetlovsky, while the other is Svetlovskiy. Given his name, it’s not altogether surpising to find out that he’s from Dniepropetrovsk, Ukraine. He’s a prolific photographer whose expertise is not limited to insect macrophotography. He also has extensive portfolios featuring jewelry, food, and interior design. […]

You Are What You Eat – Eric Chow

Pin It You Are What You Eat is an amusing series by London-based illustrator Eric Chow. As the name implies, it features caricatures of obviously overweight people starting to resemble the food they love to eat. It’s great how he manages to transform an ice cream cone into a ballerina, a shy redhead into a […]

Dinner Designs – Food Art by Samantha Lee

  Pin It Dinner just doesn’t taste the same when it isn’t a piece of art too. Samantha Lee’s kids knows this to be true. Samantha began making pop culture-inspired meals for her eldest daughter to encourage her to eat independently. The experiment was a smashing success, and not just on the dinner table. The […]

Delightfully Delectable – Ceramic Creations by Anna Barlow

Pin It Anna Barlow is a British Artist with a fondness for sweet treats. She said: “I am fascinated by the way we eat food, especially by the rituals around celebrational or indulgent treats that have developed . . . I have focused on ice cream as it is such a momentary and yet memorable […]

Spilled Portraits by Vivi Mac

Pin It Vivi Mac is an astoundingly creative portrait artist who loves capturing her subjects with whatever foodstuff happens to be handy. She has done President Barack Obama in brown sugar, Martin Luther King in coffee, Michael Jackson in milk, and Yoda in green chewing gum. She has also used caramel sauce, barbecue sauce, crushed […]

The Untouchables – A Provocative Series by Erik Ravelo

Pin It Los Intocables is Spanish for ‘The Untouchables’. It is a photographic series by Erik Ravelo which addresses controversial issues such as child obesity, nuclear catastrophes, wars, and the black market organ trade. The children are depicted in a vulnerable pose, pinned up against the backs of adults in a pose reminiscent of the […]

Hot Potatoes by Peter Pink

Pin It Peter Pink is a German artist who created an amusing series using strategically placed potatoes, cucumbers, and handmade props. Peter likes to describe himself as a ‘nonsense maker’ and ‘clueless inventor’. His dressed-up veggies can be seen sunbathing in the beach, having a rally outside a fast food chain, and holding a funeral […]

Planetary Desserts by Rhiannon

Pin It Feeling a bit peckish? Have a slice of Jupiter. Planetary cakes are fast becoming quite the rage ever since self-taught chef Rhiannon created the Earth cake. It all started when her sister asked her if she could bake a spherical layer cake. It was going to be used as an instructional tool for […]

Bodyscapes – Photographs by Carl Warner

Pin It British photographer Carl Warner has been in the advertising business for more than a quarter of a century. He has been featured in Pondly before for his outstanding “Foodscapes” food photography. One of his most recent series takes the idea of photographic landscaping with food a step further by doing landscapes with human […]

Frosted Fast Food – Illustrations by Ben Frost

Pin It Ben Frost is an Australian artist known for his trademark kaleidoscopic style. One of his more recent works involve empty packs of McDonald’s fries and a few well-known pop icons. Bart Simpson, Elmo, Batman, a Spy, and a pair of Zombies – all of them are incorporated into the fast food wrappers. Ben […]

Scrumptious Art by Hong Yi

Pin It Hong Yi’s previous work was a portrait made up of socks hanging from bamboo poles as well as a coffee cup-stained canvas portrait. She calls her latest body of work ‘creativity with food’. According to her, the series has helped her push the limits of her creativity by forcing her to churn out new designs […]

Rural Landscapes – Aerial Photography by Alex MacLean

Pin It Alex MacLean is a veteran aerial photographer who has been photographing the rural landscape since 1975. He has a Master’s degree in architecture and flying was his way of performing site analysis. He was captivated by what he saw while up in the sky “in part because of its natural response to environmental […]

Colorful Tin Bird Sculptures by Barbara Franc

Pin It Barbara Franc’s latest collection of sculptures is all about colorful tropical birds whose haitat are slowly dwindling due to deforestation. As tribute to them, her sculpturea are made antirely of reclaimed materials like old food tins. She said: “I have always been fascinated by the shapes and sculptural forms of animals, they present […]

Sumo Sculptures by Mu Boyan

Pin It Mu Boyan was born in the Shangdong province of China. In 1997, he graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts with a degree in Fine Arts. He obtained her Master’s degree in 1995 from the same university. His work has extensively been exhibited throughout the world. One of his more recent work […]

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