Artist Bridget McCarty has made some stunning Disney-themed Easter eggs over the years, which I sincerely hope are not made on actual eggs. They are far too pretty to just leave them to rot. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]
If Alphonse Mucha were alive today, he would probably be doing nerdy chalkboard signs.
At one point or another, you may have noticed an amazing chalkboard display at your local grocery store or on the sidewalk in front of a restaurant or bar. Indeed, there are some talented artists out there who work professionally creating these displays—and sometimes they’re clever enough to go viral on the Internet. Such is the case with James Bennion‘s Princess Bride-themed display pictured above. But there’s more where that came from. Check out additional examples of his work below. [click to continue…]
Japan has a tradition of carving intricate patterns into produce as a way of enhancing the presentation of a meal. An Instagram user known as Gaku has obviously mastered the art, known as “Mukimono”, demonstrating his skills on a stalk of broccoli, as well as a radishes, apples and bananas. [click to continue…]
I could look at this piece by the artist known on DeviantArt as Zen Master all day long. Apparently, it was done as a commission for the Storm Crow Alehouse, which seems like the closest thing you’ll get to visiting this fantasy tavern in real life.
Check out the full image below. Can you spot all of the characters and references? [click to continue…]
Italian pastry chef Matteo Stucchi takes playing with food to a whole new level by transforming desserts into mini construction zones where workers build artistic monuments to calories and sugar.
Stucchi also used sweets to imagine how inhabitants of candyland kick back, showing mini figures riding edible ferris wheels, going pastry fishing and paddling on a stream of chocolate. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
Imgur user “MymlanOhlin” fashioned this DIY “Alabuster” craft project that will give your wine bottles a skeletal Halloween vibe.
She also gave the world a step-by-step tutorial of the creative process, which involves printing or tracing an anatomically correct skeleton hand, modelling each individual bone with clay and assembling them on a paper backing for easy flexing around the bottle, while a clay skull is created directly on the container itself.
As you’ll see below, the process requires more time, tools and talent than most of us possess. [click to continue…]