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3D Jelly Cakes That Resemble Pretty Water Gardens

Siew Heng Boon, of Jelly Alchemy, is a truly food artist! Look at these incredible 3D jelly cakes that resemble pretty water gardens, wonderful koi ponds and feature myriad of colorful flowers encased within clear gelatin surfaces. Recently Boon had to put … Continue reading

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Delicate and Detailed Pattern Carved into Fruits and Vegetables by Takehiro Kishimoto

Japanese chef Takehiro Kishimoto shares in his Instagram account numerous examples of his amazing skill and inventive approach to food carving. Avocados, radishes, kiwis, carrots and cucumbers have been transformed into delicate ornate flowers and detailed patterns. The designs are often based on traditional … Continue reading

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Avant-Garde Pies by Lauren Ko

Lauren Ko is a self-taught baker currently based out of Seattle, WA. Her pie designs with avant-garde crust designs have been featured in publications such as Vogue, O Magazine, and Buzzfeed. “I’m driven by color and pattern, so I’m constantly brainstorming color combinations and … Continue reading

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Spectacular Space Birthday Cake

“I wanted to make a galaxy/space cake that was space-y on the outside, but also space-y on the inside” Naushee, aka Pedagiggle, created a multi-layered spectacular space birthday cake for her 4-year-old son, Ilyas. This amazing cake in the outside features hand-painted … Continue reading

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Miniture Embroidered Meals by Japanese Artist Ipnot

Japanese artist ipnot has spent years perfecting her hand-embroidery art and today creates “paintings” using just needles and yarn. While exploring the traditional craft herself, the artist discovered the ball-like French knot, her “favorite type of stitch.” “I choose a thread of … Continue reading

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Origamigeschirr – The Origami Tableware by Moij Design

“This tableware consists of different bowls, plates and cups. The design is inspired by origami paper structures which principles are folding a square piece of paper without cutting or gluing. The paper bowls are doused with plaster to create a … Continue reading

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Sola Cube Shop & Minerals as Beautiful Food

-An edible rock and mineral specimen meal that was offered last year- “3.8 billion years ago life began on earth. And over millions of years multicellular life evolved into land plants and forests. The colors and shapes of flowers, fruits … Continue reading

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The Amazing Geometric Cakes of Dinara Kasko

Originally trained as an architect, the Ukrainian chef Dinara Kasko designs her desserts putting into practice principles like the Voronoi diagram or the biomimicry. “I’m trying to connect architecture, design, and patisserie. A beautiful cake as well as a beautiful building, needs preliminary design”. … Continue reading

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Beautiful, Edible Compositions of Mosaic Sushi

image via natsuki_717 The Mosaic Sushi is a creative new food trend that involves the preparation of various different types of sushi and then cutting them in squares to create mosaic patterns. In Japan Mosaic Sushi began appearing on Instagram and … Continue reading

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Pantone Cafè, Taste the Color

Returning for its second year, the Pantone Café has set up shop for the summer in Monaco. The color-coded menu features items named after its color or specific ingredient and has its correlating Pantone hue in parentheses. The café has collaborated … Continue reading

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