Using everyday objects that he collected from the streets of Berlin, German artist Martin Roller constructs some creative mash-ups. In Roller’s surreal world, a set of “shoes” is actually a pair of bananas with bright white shoelaces, Christmas candle is actually baby carrot and a car tire into a visually deceiving birthday cake. No matter what the mash-up, each piece takes on a futuristic quality that is both surreal and oddly realistic in its execution. Although his work looks like they were digitally retouched, the talented artist actually took the time to build each work of art by hand. Hence, all of the unusual constructions exist in real life.
If I am child of Samantha Lee, I will be really expect for my lunch everyday since Samantha always create something adorable to look and delicious to eat for her kids. Started to do this meal thing since 2008 and now Samantha is definitely a marster in this area. Her creative and unique ways of approaching mealtimes has garnered her international attention and have over half a million followers. Here are some of her newly meal creation and if you want to see her previous work, click here for more on our site.
Created by food illustrator & food stylist Anna Keville Joyce, these ingenious food illustrations presented in this post comes from the series called “A Tribute to Budgie” which is Joyce used to mourned for the death of her pet bird. In this project, Joyce created those elegant birds comprised of food and arranged on plates. She also surrounded the creation with raw materials she used to create the scene, such as carrot, bread, kiwi fruit, pepper and so on. Enjoy the photo gallery below!
Inspired by a gardening project, Brooklyn-based baker Alana Jones-Mann decided to make cupcakes that look like common miniature cacti. Using frosting, green food coloring and of course, baking talent, Alana successfully made a bunch of cacti cupcake cuteness and even planted them on soil (crushed graham crackers). These realistic cacti cupcake are made with such impressive details that some of them even appear sharp to the touch. If you like those edible cacti and want to make your own, head on over to Alana Jones-Mann’s blog and find the step-by-step tutorial.