Magnum photographer, Martin Parr created a gorgeous documentary about Teddy Gray’s sweet factory established in 1826 in Dudley in the West Midlands. Teddy Gray’s has been a family owned and run business for five generations keeping the traditional, hand-made methods of sweet making alive...
Bookery Cook artist and scalpel wonderwoman Sarah Dennis recently received a very special commission - to create a paper rendition of a 'gargouillou', a stunningly decorative and meticulously arranged dish conceived originally by French chef Michel Bras in spring of 1978, to "try and translate the fields".
Norweigen photographer Christopher Jonassen reveals the darker side of the frying pan with his series, "Devour", where the wear and tear on the bottoms of these kitchen staples are captured to resemble the frozen surfaces, red dust and crater-dotted terrain of our intergalactic surroundings.
Graphic designers, Ana Dominguez and Omar Sosa, created these still-life compositions for Apartamento magazine issue 08. Pretty sure I still need to master my Soudough before I try battling Henry Moore in bread jenga... what beauties !
A pair of french graphic designers Thomas and Quentin created the Fat & Furious Burger when they started to take pictures of their lunchtime burgers after giving them makeovers influenced by news headlines, pop culture and whatever else they can sandwich in between ...
If Honey I Shrunk the Kids was set in the pantry not the garden, this would be the result.. a cupcake icing snow fight, a blackberry murder scene, scuba diving in a tea cup, cycling over bananas, mowing broccoli tops, waltzing in a clam shell.
American graphic designer and photographer Dinah Fried has conceived and constructed meals from some favourite novels - from afternoon tea in Alice in Wonderland to clam chowder in Moby Dick, cheese & pickle sandwich and malted milk from Catcher in the Rye, to a bowl of gruel in Oliver Twist.
Lunchbox is a collection of small acrylic paintings created by San Francisco/New York based artist, Dan Kenneally. These colourful minimalist treasures feature colourful strips representing the ingredients on classic sandwiches.. Head over to Dan's Lunchbox website to check out more of the collection - he even takes commissions for your favourite sammiches. Yeah!
Prolific swiss artist Urs Fischer is best known for his outrageous installations that use foodstuffs both as a subject and a medium. He most famously built a life-size alpine chalet made entirely from loaves of bread. These paintings are from the series Problem Paintings where portaits from Old Hollywod have been eclipsed by oversized silk screen images of food… he so cool.
Production duo BankShot and DJ Nick Castle team up with label LRG for this tasty collab - a stop motion featuring legendary food rhymes from the likes of Method Man, Raekwon, Q-Tip and Biggy! Want more!!!
There's no better way to say I LOVE YOU than through food right? The team at boutique letter press and design studio, Gilahpress couldn't agree more and have just released a collection of food inspired 'Sow Sweet' greeting cards.
Some pineapples, cupcakes and other foodstuff have come together for a photoshoot embellished in 90s scrunchies! The vast minimalist scenes contrast their extravagant subjects in this beautiful and strange collaboration by photographer Catherine Losing and Kate Fotis - jazzy stuff.
Danish artist Pe Johansen work "MÆT (eng. 'Full')consists of reproductions of meat, vegetables, pasta and other foods which are claustrophobically placed in various synthetic plastic containers. The works comment on the zeitgeist’ artificial overconsumption of products and points to contemporary consumer mentality."