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Food artist Carl Warner

Foodcapes by Australian food artist Carl Warner

London architecture. Foodcapes by Australian food artist Carl Warner

Australian photographer and food artist Carl Warner, who lives and works in London, makes an impression on others as a man not of this world. And really, what would you think about a man who, being in the supermarket, picks up and carefully examines vegetables, bread, sausages? The photographer is a master of the genre known as Foodscape, ie landscapes of food. In his paintings, the mountains are made of bread, trees – a broccoli, waves – cabbage leaves, and the role of stones take baked potatoes. These wonderful pictures are made of food: bread, meat, chocolate, garlic, potatoes, asparagus. Carl Warner has had over 25 years of experience in advertising photography and became interested in the genre Foodcapes about 10 years ago. Through these works Carl Warner has been now known throughout the world. Advertisers are dreaming to get his pictures to make the packaging of their products and their advertising.
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Artful Bakery cakes by Vladimir Sizov

Birthday cake on Vampire Ball production. Artful Bakery cakes by Vladimir Sizov

Birthday cake on Vampire Ball production. Artful Bakery cakes by Vladimir Sizov

Artful Bakery cakes by Vladimir Sizov
Professional bakery chef Vladimir Sizov has been working in the Bakery cakes for more than ten years. He studied at the Confectionary and Bakery Mastery Lyceum. Understand the idea of the man who designs cakes, his lifestyle, mood, thoughts if you wish. His approach to creating cakes is somewhat special. Meanwhile, to create a complex realistic cake is similar to a work of a sculptor rather than a confectioner.
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Chocolate Room by Elena Kliment

Chocolate Room by Elena Kliment. Chocolate cat resting on a chocolate sofa

Cat resting on a chocolate sofa. Chocolate Room by Elena Kliment

Chocolate Room by Elena Kliment
On February 13, in the interior and delicatessen center mc2, located on the 68a Krasta street, Riga, took place an event for lovers of the sweet life. For the first time in Latvian capital appeared a Chocolate room. Riga joined those few cities with the chocolate rooms built in life size. The area of the chocolate room is 20 square meters, according to the media reports. The room perfectly combines delicacies and the interior, presented as the real room with designer furniture in natural size. The author of Chocolate Room – famous Belarusian chocolate sculptor Elena Kliment. By the way, for creation she used chocolate produced in different parts of the world: Switzerland, Belgium, Brazil, and New Zealand.
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Dmitry Tikhonenko Steampunk coffee machine

Dmitry Tikhonenko Steampunk coffee machine

Unique work by Dmitry Tikhonenko Steampunk coffee machine

Dmitry Tikhonenko Steampunk coffee machine
Another masterpiece from the copper master Dmitry Tikhonenko – Steampunk coffee machine. Metal artist Dmitry Tikhonenko continues to delight viewers with his new works.
In fact, Dmitry completely transformed the home technology with his hands. In particular, refrigerator, microwave, stove, TV set, mobile phone, and speakers. Meanwhile, the next project of Wizard, working with copper, has become the coffee machine. According to the artist, on the creation of this machine, he has spent two months. Also, he thinks that it is his best work. So do I.
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Art Toast Project by Ida Skivenes

The American Gothic. Art Toast Project by Ida Skivenes

The American Gothic. Art Toast Project by Ida Skivenes

Art Toast Project by Ida Skivenes
30 year-old Norwegian food artist Ida Skivenes (IdaFrosk) is currently living in Berlin, Germany. She started doing food art three years ago, sharing her creations on Instagram, where her creative breakfasts have over 270,000 followers now. According to Ida Skivenes, food should be fun and colorful, this very motto has brought success to her. Thanks to her food art she was offered a full time job as a food artist. The Art Toast Project consists of edible remakes of paintings by famous artists – Kiss by Gustav Klimt, The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh, The American Gothic by Grant Wood, Amedeo Modigliani, Rene Magritte, Salvador Dali, Edvard Munch, and many more. So far 23 art toasts have been made, 3 of them dedicated to the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch.
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Famous paintings food art

Famous paintings food art. Food Reproduction of Rene Magritte 'The Son of Man', 1964

Creative Reproduction of Rene Magritte ‘The Son of Man’, 1964. Famous paintings food art

Famous paintings food art

Russian photographer and food stylist Tatiana Shkondina recreates famous paintings of world art. However, instead of paints she uses edible materials: vegetables, fruits, meat and other products. Tatiana Shkondina successfully combines the natural texture and color of vegetables, fruit, meat, fish and other natural materials. Among her food reproductions can be found paintings by Van Gogh, Salvador Dali and Piet Mondrian.
By profession Tatiana is a radio engineer, however, she never worked by the specialty. According to her, she started photographing by accident, on vacation, when she took the camera with her. For several years, Tatiana worked with such companies as «Campbell’s», «Bounduelle» and «Jacobs». Tatiana herself notes that feature food photography requires a lot of patience, because the products can not stay the same as they were put in the composition some time ago.
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Petrikovka onion art

Petrikovka onion art by Ukrainian food artist Tamara Bondar

Peacock in the tree. Work by Ukrainian food artist Tamara Bondar – Petrikovka onion art

Petrikovka onion art
Ukrainian food artist Tamara Bondar is fond of folk painting, and in particular, Petrikovka folk art. Called after the name of the village Petrikovka (in Ukrainian – Petrikіvka), it is the birthplace of the national craft. Traditionally, the local people decorated with Petrikovka folk painting nearly all objects of interior – from kitchenware to textile and furniture. Once, Tamara had an idea to decorate dishes of festive table (herring, salads, etc.) in a spirit of Petrikovka painting. However, she used an onion as the main “tool” of decorating dishes, also added carrot and all edible plants. This food art, called Petrikovka onion art, in Ukrainian language sounds like “Tsibulyana Petrikіvka”.
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