When you first see the photos below, you probably won’t think they can be eaten. And in fact, they are the amazing culinary creations of Dinara Kasko, an Ukrainian pastry chef. By combining baking with geometric shape, architectural elements and refined textures, Kasko imagines her desserts as if they are building and creates some really unique editable structures. The results are quite impressive and for some desserts, until you cut them into half, you might never treat them as dessert. Check something of her creation below and find more information on her instagram page.
How would you feel if you find some food look like real but actually made of wood when you are quite hungry. That is pretty much how I feel when I saw Seiji Kawasaki’s wooden food. The Japanese wood carving artist creates some ultra-realistic looking food made out of wood, such as shrimp, fish, potato chips, croissants, toast and chocolate. Of course, only carving can’t make food sculpture look like below. The other reason of why those wooden food are so realistic is because of Kawasaki’s painting skill. He took quite time to paint his wood work with such details and make them looks like real food.
Lego is one of the most creative invention in many peoples’s heart. You can use them to create many unexpected things and the only limitation is your imagination. Today, we will present you a series of unconventional LEGO-food which is constructed solely out of Lego bricks.
Japanese always try to add some cuteness to their food. From bento box to handmade desert, from fish-ish sushi to cat fortune cookie, they just make those food to cute to be eaten. If you are a fan of those adorable things, you probably will get starving because of those edible bread sculptures. Below are some lovely bread creation from @umi0407, an artisan baker who models their creations after cartoon figures like Snoopy, Garfield, the Moomins, and Winnie the Pooh. At first glance, some of Umi’s handiwork doesn’t immediately resemble bread. Instead of the typical large loaf shape, medium-sized pieces of dough form the overall shape of the body while smaller circular pieces take on the ears, arms, and feet. Different colors are achieved by mixing a variety of colored powders into the dough, including cocoa, green tea powder, and sweet potato powder (the deep purple color). After baking, Umi will add details such as eyes, whiskers and noses to the creation. No idea how much it costs for bread like this. But it will definitely be a great girl’s afternoon tea campaign.
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