Othman Toma, an artest from Baghdad, Iraq, has put his watercolor skills to the test by painting with a very unusual “paint”- melted ice-cream. If his claims are true, his paintings prove that art can be made with just about anything!
Usually, LEGOs are simply a choking hazard as far as eating them is concerned. But Japanese artist and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi has solved that problem by making everybody's childhood dreams come true – he has created edible chocolate LEGOs.
Bonus points if you share your own creation!
When children let their imagination run wild, even their food can become a plaything (much to their parents' dismay). Tanaka Tatsuya, an artist in Japan, never lost that wild imagination – he has created a playful tiny food diorama every day...
My sister Nívea Salgado is not an ordinary Brazilian mother. Having graduated in Dentistry and obtained both Master’s and Doctoral degrees in the field, she quit her academic career in order to dedicate to motherhood, with all its aspects.
Los Angeles-based multi-talented artist Christine McConnell creates terrifying yet undoubtedly delicious confectionery marvels. Aside from being a professional stylist, photographer, model, and artist, McConnell also bakes pastries, confections and cakes that look like cookie monsters, terrifying spiders, dreadful snakes, and even...
If you think this is food, you've been fooled - all of it was made from clay and all of it is tiny. Kim, an artist in the USA, makes these miniature food sculptures for dollhouses as a hobby, using clay,...
Using my own lifestyle as a source of inspiration, at some point I found myself making huge mandalas out of (super)foods and/or other natural materials. In these mandalas, my fascination for pure ingredients fuses with my passion for sacred geometry.
Playing with food is not just for kids any more, as Brazilian artist William Kass proves with his imaginative "Minimize - Food" photo series. He creates amusing miniature dramas using fruit, vegetables, seeds, ice-cream, and just about anything else that's edible....
Hasan Kale, an incredibly talented artist from Turkey, pushes the boundaries of what can be achieved with paint by painting inconceivably tiny yet beautiful paintings on... just about anything, really. Kale's artistic canvases include, but are not limited to, peanut husks,...