Although nobody appreciates being teased with delicious-looking food that’s actually inedible — when it’s done in the name of awesome food art, we’ll let it slide.
Artists Benjamin Henon and Valentine Mazel teamed up for this fun series of food art. Using everyday objects such as sponges and shoelaces — the objects are positioned to appear as though we’re about to have lunch. Big tease!
Netflix and Chill is currently the hottest national pastime. The only thing that this activity doesn’t account for, is what’s for snacks after the ‘chill’ part.
Artist Tisha Cherry is on it with Netflix and Chili. Not only does Tisha do her thing, which is to play with food, but by replacing ‘chill’ with ‘chili,’ you might actually finish an episode of Breaking Bad. You can always chill later.
Sure, we could just read the ingredient list on the processed foods we eat. But, we usually have no idea what those ingredients are, and we’re still not convinced that some of them are actual words. I mean, Isoamyl Acetate? Ha, nice try.
Ingredients: A Visual Exploration of 75 Additives & 25 Food Products lays it all out — literally. The book not only breaks down the ingredient list in popular foods to prove that they’re real — but it provides an aesthetically-pleasing, albeit disturbing, image of all of them together. Ha, gelatin… classic!
The Pyramids of Giza are pretty cool, but they’re not made of food. These Pits and Pyramids, by photographer Sam Kaplan, are truly a wonder of architecture… and they don’t have any dead Egyptians in them.
Meticulously constructed from cookies, candies, and sandwiches — Kaplan stacks and films these pits and pyramids so precisely, that you’d swear they were generated by some computer program… or by the aliens who built those other famous pyramids.