Pancake maybe one of the most easiest baking to make. All you need is flour, milk, eggs, a pinch of salt/sugar and any other flavoring you may want. Things get even easier when you some professional pancake making machine. However, if you want to make some unusual and eye-catching pancake like the tiger pancake shown in this post, you need to know how to draw as well. Here are steps of how to create a tiger pancake:
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!
Designed by Tokyo-based artist Hikaru Cho, this playful series of painted objects is called “It’s not what it seems”. Basically, Cho use deftly applied acrylic paints to disguise some common foods to look like other foods, such as a cucumber looking banana, tangerine looking tomato and eggplant looking egg. Besides this interesting series, Hikaru Cho also created many impressive body paint work, like broken face, extra eyes and zipped chest. Below is one of example. If you find it not that disturbing, you can head over to Cho’s site where you can find out more about her work.