Art takes many forms, yet for many, when we think of art, we think of paintings like the ones you see in art galleries all over the world. If you’ve been paying attention lately however, you’ll have noticed how more and more people seem to be using food to create culinary masterpieces that honestly look too good to eat. They say that the first bite is taken with the eyes, but the food artists we’re looking at today, take this concept to a whole other dimension entirely. Just wait until you clasp eyes on the food art masterpieces we’re about to list for you below. You’ll never look at your food in the same way again.
We’ve all heard of the Cinnamon challenge, but the cinnamon used below is used very differently in this instance. Casey Ligon is a food artist with quite the following on Instagram. As of this writing she’s sitting comfortably at 34.4K followers, though that number is soon going to be much higher. She uses spices, syrups, candies, nuts, seeds, and other culinary delights to create her text-based masterpieces. If you thought your calligraphy skills were impressive, just check out what Casey has been able to create with nothing more than a white background and powdered cinnamon.
Smoothie bowls are instantly appealing because they are so vibrant and colourful. Even the ones where you just throw everything into the blender and pour messily into a bowl tend to look great. Rachel Lorton’s psychedelic smoothie bowls however, take things to a whole other groovy dimension. Rachel uses 100% natural ingredients, both whole and blended, and nothing more than a toothpick to create works of fruity art that look far, far too good eat. They really should be eaten though, because as they’re made primarily from fruits and vegetables, they’re also incredibly healthy. With bold and vibrant ingredients like Beetroot, pea flower, blended carrot, blueberries, and much more besides, you could happily start at her smoothie art for hours on end.
This next painting is incredible. If it was painted on a canvas with paint it would be amazing, but the fact that it has been painted in a smoothie bowl, using natural ingredients like Matcha green tea, turmeric, and activated charcoal, makes it incredible. Hazel Zakariya creates works of art in smoothie bowls depicting cute and majestic animals along with characters from popular culture, both modern and historic. Her work is truly some of the most impressive we’ve ever seen.
Finally, the last offering we’re going to be taking a look at today comes from an Instagram user who goes by the name of @Febriunggy. Febriunggy is a food enthusiast and food artist that currently has more than 17K followers on her Instagram. She creates fun, classy, and incredibly cute pieces of art from natural culinary ingredients. Feast your eyes on this Art Deco woman for example. This would look at home on any art enthusiast’s wall and wouldn’t look out of place in an Art Deco-themed gallery if we’re being perfectly honest. Check out her page and see what other culinary art masterpieces she has to display.