Created for French culinary magazine Fricote, artist Emilie de Griottes created tarts in the form of Pantone color swatches. Arranged on a tart base, colorful foodstuffs match the color of its respective Pantone number. Now your dessert can finally match the drapes.
We’ve all received one at one time or another… The restaurant “guest check.” Most likely it came after breakfast at the diner or luncheonette, and the closest thing to art on it, was a smiley face drawn by the waitress. Guest Checks is a site dedicated to something that never gets old — taking the mundane and making it beautiful.
After the response we received from the Bacon and Egg Mittens posted here at Foodiggity, I wanted to find out more about the artist responsible. And I’m sure glad that I did.
Whether it’s a brilliantly-bricky donut, or immortalizing the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile, the LEGO works of Bruce Lowell need to be checked out. And renderings of actual foodstuffs is only a small part of what Lowell can do with LEGOs, as he’s also been known to construct the occasional KitchenAid Stand Mixer, and even a replica of a Pasadena In-N-Out Burger.