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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More Foods Carefully Arranged To Form Gradients and Patterns

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Photographer Emily Blincoe likes to arrange things neatly. Lucky for us, she also likes to take pictures, and documents her careful arrangements for all of us to enjoy.

There’s something very comforting about consistency in color and pattern — evidenced by a deconstructed bowl of Fruity Pebbles, a perfectly-segmented pizza, or consistent pickles. Nothing like consistent pickles.

See more below, and other neatly-arranged objects at Blincoe’s Instagram.

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Illustrations Finished With Well-Placed Food Items

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Why finish an illustration with boring ink, when there are perfectly good foodstuffs that’ll really help tie that drawing together?

Artist Kristián Mensa, a.k.a. mr. kriss, uses food and other everyday objects in his illustrations. Whether it’s rigatoni as a ship’s smokestack or spaghetti as guitar strings, Mensa’s illustrations are a great way to combine ink and edibles.

See more below and over at Instagram.

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Choclatomy, Chocolates Paired With Anatomy Illustrations

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Hey, you got chocolate in my anatomy! Pakistan-based illustrator Asma Javeri created Choclatomy — a series of human anatomy illustrations paired with delicious chocolates and truffles.

Now, one might ask what a KitKat has to do with a rib cage, or a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup with a foot. It doesn’t matter… the series is aesthetically pleasing enough, that we’ve decided that chocolate and anatomy now goes together like chocolate and peanut butter. So there.

See more of Javeri’s work below and over at Instragram.

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