Artist Completes Fashion Drawings With Food

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What better way to conceptualize food as couture, than to actually use food items to complete fashion sketches?

Thankfully, artist Gretchen Röehrs enjoys fashion and playing with her food. She’s created a series of illustrations where various foodstuffs are cleverly-placed to act as dresses and other accessories.

Can’t wait to see these on the runway…

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These Cute Emoji Meals Know How You Feel

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At the time of this writing, there is no better way to express yourself, than with an adorable emoji. Artist Heather Adamson is creating meals that get you, and posts the awesome dishes on her Instagram.

Whether you’re feeling good about the breakfast you just made, or would rather not see anything this morning, there may be an emoji meal just for you. Check out some more below and over at Adamson’s Instagram.

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This Series of Food Art Mash-ups Is Here To Mess With Our Minds

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Artist Martin Roller mashes up found objects and food to create a series that messes with our minds. Bananas are expertly turned into sneakers, while spaghetti forms a gun, complete with splattered sauce.

And, I’d like a pair of salami sneakers, STAT!! Check them out below and at Roller’s site.

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Artist Creates Plaster Versions of Everything He’s Eaten Over The Past Year

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What appears to be nothing more than an exercise in minimalist food art, is actually a pretty intense project by Israeli-Dutch artist Itamar Gilboa.

The Food Chain Project is a pop-up art installation, that is not only an extensive collection of food and drinks sculpted in plaster, but is representative of everything the artist had consumed over a period of 365 days.

Over 8,000 items are represented in stark white, and is meant to call attention to global food issues. All of the food items are on sale, with proceeds donated to organizations such as FairFood International and Youth Food Movement.

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[link, via Junk Culture]

Food Cut And Arranged Into 98 Perfect Cubes

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I’m not sure if this project by Dutch artists Lernert and Sander gets me hungry, inspired, or makes me want to do geometry.

Nonetheless, the artists created Cubes, where they cut and arranged raw foods into ninety-eight, meticulously-cut, 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm cubes.

The project was commissioned by Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant for their their food-themed photography special. Now excuse me, while I go have some lunch and do math.

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