In Japan, food model that replicates menu items are often displayed in the showcases of restaurant entrances so that diners can grasp the contents of the offered menu without reading menu books carefully. These replicas are not common in other parts of the world, but have long been a part of the food culture in Japan. Gujo Hachiman has been a center of food replica production for decades, and today we will show you how the food artist in the town of Gujo make tempura and other foods using layers of colored wax and other materials. Don’t miss the video at the bottom, where you can witness the born of tempura and head of lettuce – it is totally astounding!
Shay Aaron is a brilliant artist from Israel who makes the most astonishing miniature food. These foodstuffs look so beautiful that we would desire to eat them. Each creation has so many details that you might think they are really food except their super mini size. Of course they are not edible, but just a perfect miniature reproduction made from Fimo of vegetables, eggs, cakes and any other mouthwatering dish you could desire. [source]
Although playing with food is one of those bad habits that is typically frowned upon, Alexander Crispin somehow found a way to make a living from it. Alexander loves challenges and truly thrives when creating sets rich in detail, the results constantly offering new surprises, such as below beautiful landscapes made from diverse food.