I started making pasta portraits because it was for a school project. I was having my on-the-job training when I thought of drawing local celebrities using media/items that are connected to their line of food business. I used pasta noodles and spaghetti sauce/ketchup to come up with these edible portrait drawings. Each food art took me around 3-4 hours to complete.


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After posting my food art online, people started sharing them and got viral. I also had the opportunity to be featured in ABS-CBN, one of the biggest television networks in the Philippines. My food art appeared in the show, “Matanglawin” where I got interviewed on how I created the pasta portraits and even got to meet two of the celebrities I drew (Kathryn Bernardo and Kim Atienza). On a different event, I met another celebrity whom I made a pasta portrait too (Liza Soberano).

Food art is very new to me since I originally use coloured pencils and graphite as my main media in drawing. But I’ll definitely continue doing pasta portraits because they’re fun to make and it’s such a unique idea.

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Liza Soberano food art

I met Kathryn Bernardo!

Kathryn Bernardo food art

Shooting for my segment in Matanglawin (Kim Atienza interviewing me.)

Daniel Padilla food art

Kuya Kim Atienza food art

Shooting for Matanglawin

Kathryn Bernardo seeing my food art in person for the first time

Miss Universe 2015 aka Pia Wurtzbach food art

I met Liza Soberano!