Her tiered-desserts include Van Gogh’s Starry Night, Munch’s Scream, and Picasso’s Girl Before Mirror. It’d be a shame to cut into one of these… that is until we remember there’s cake inside. Check out more of Aristidou’s work here.
It’s probably on everyone’s wish list… To randomly stumble upon giant gummy bears that we can interact with.
Artist Leon Kerr has attempted to make it so, with Gummy Bear Street Art. Created for the Malta Street Art Festival, the gummies are brilliantly painted to scale, so that they’re best viewed from above. Do not try to eat.
We’ve certainly seen our share of coffee art lately. However, Indonesian artist Ghidaq al-Nizar is using his morning brew in all of its forms.
Whether it’s in liquid form, or using just-brewed beans, Ghidaq creates beautiful paintings and sculptures, not wasting any part of the brewing process. The project is appropriately tagged #zerowastecoffee, and you can see more of the project at Coffeetopia on Instagram.
If you’ve ever watched Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, or one of Guy Fieri’s other very loud TV shows, and thought, “That guy looks just like a creepy Renaissance cherub,” you’re not alone.
Buzzfeed has, and recently had the wherewithal to insert Guy into several Renaissance paintings. As if the infants depicted in this art period couldn’t get any more frightening, the frost-headed Fieri actually fits in rather seamlessly.
Apologies in advance for the nightmares tonight…
When you spill your coffee… Does it just look like, you know, a spill?
It’s OK, we can’t all be artists like Giulia Bernardelli, who sees spilled coffee as an opportunity. The best part is, her coffee paintings are done spontaneously, meaning that Giulia does not plan these ahead of time, and uses whatever means are available to draw with.
See more below and over at Instagram.