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Monumental Plant Sculptures at the 2013 Mosaicultures Internationales de Montréal. Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal is an international mosaiculture competition held in Montréal, Canada.

Monumental Plant Sculptures at the 2013 Mosaicultures Internationales de Montréal

According to their website, mosaiculture “is a refined horticultural art that involves creating and mounting living artworks made primarily from plants with colourful foliage (generally annuals, and occasionally perennials).” The 2013 competition and exhibition opened June 22 and runs through September 29 at the Montréal Botanical Garden and features some 22,000 plant species and cultivars distributed throughout 10 exhibition greenhouses and 30 themed gardens. You can see hundreds more photos over on Flickr, however all photos here are copyright Guy Boily courtesy MIM.

If you liked this, also check out the Bloemencorso parade in Zundert, Netherlands. Nino Andonis Photography. Fine Art Food P{hotography - Food Pictures & Images. Paul Williams gallery specialises in fine art photos, photo art prints and images.

Fine Art Food P{hotography - Food Pictures & Images

The photo galleries on this site have specialist photo collections with selective colour pictures, black and white Polarod photos and images of abstract art and landscapes. All photographs on this site have been taken by Paul E Williams. Paul E Williams has exhibited his photos throughout the UK and London.His photos & images have won him many awards for DNAD & Clio award winning campaigns. He was awarded a silver in the Polaroid European Photographer awards and won a silver Rose of Montreau for his Coca Cola TV Commercials.

Paul was also awarded the coveted Glenfiddich cookery book award. For the last 4 years Paul has also concentrated on taking location pictures & landscape photography making trips to photograph many parts of Europe to photograph places of historical & archaeological importance. Boffoli Photography. Big Appetites: Miniature People Living in a World of Giant Food by Christopher Boffoli. The miniature people inhabiting the fine art photographs of Christopher Boffoli live in a world of enormous food.

Big Appetites: Miniature People Living in a World of Giant Food by Christopher Boffoli

A place where towering ice cream cones are turned into camping tents, where a field of peppercorns becomes a soccer match, and a savage crawfish threatens a group of men. The photos are as absurd as they are delightful. Based in Seattle, Boffoli says his work comments not only on our fascination with miniature things, but on “the American enthusiasm for excess, especially in the realm of food.” To view more of his photos you can simply scroll through his website, and to see them in person you can check out his Edible Worlds exhibition at Winston Wächter Fine Art in New York through August 24th. All images courtesy the artist. Risa Hirai Whips Up a Delicious Exhibition of Edible Artwork in Tokyo.

Using edible matter as her medium, art student Risa Hirai whips up mini models resembling full meals and even bonsai trees.

Risa Hirai Whips Up a Delicious Exhibition of Edible Artwork in Tokyo

Instead of using traditional paints and brushes to create her works, her off-beat palette consists of flour, sugar, butter, and oil. Once combined, the ingredients get baked in an ‘artistic’ oven, which then emits the delicious smell, adding to the overall experience of her artwork. Hirai, a senior at Tama Art University, says she wants people to experience a sensory overload through the engagement of their sight, sense of smell, and taste buds. Her pieces resemble everything from delicious sushi to tasty veggies to even cute chopsticks, and the enticing wafts of sweet, freshly baked dough pull visitors even further into the experience. Dan Cretu Transforms Colorful Food into Playful, Edible Sculptures.

We are used to seeing food being transformed into contemporary art – from an edible cherry blossom mosaic to Matthew Carden’s food photography.

Dan Cretu Transforms Colorful Food into Playful, Edible Sculptures

Yet this bright series of images are pretty iconic, and create a fun and often fruity alternative to everyday objects. Beautiful Photos Of Vegetable Sculptures. Log In Enter Details Forgotten password? Join Comment on stories, receive email newsletters & alerts. This is your permanent identity for Gizmodo, Kotaku, Lifehacker and Business Insider Australia. Melon art. More melon art. Orange peel. Oh I see Red!: Food Art Updates. Day 18: cucumber landscape.

Oh I see Red!: Food Art Updates

Made from one single cucumber Day 19: Owl-nion! Haha. Made of onions and mint leaves. My eyes were teary as I was making this piece though! Day 20: Tiny tutus. Artist Hong Yi Plays with her Food for 30 Days. For almost every day last month Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi (who often goes by the nickname Red) created a fun illustration made with common (and occasionally not so common) food.

Artist Hong Yi Plays with her Food for 30 Days

Her parameters were simple: the image had to be comprised entirely of food and the only backdrop could be a white plate. With that in mind Yi set out to create landscapes, animals, homages to pop culture, and even a multi-frame telling of the three little pigs. The project, which still appears to be ongoing, has been documented heavily around the web, but if you haven’t seen it all head over to her Facebook and read an interview on designboom. Idafrosk: the food art blog: Food art gallery. Food art gallery My food art is best seen over at my Instagram profile or in my portfolio but here's a quick overview of my style.

idafrosk: the food art blog: Food art gallery

I make everything from animals, to various figures, famous characters, travel monuments and artwork recreations. Pictures: Beth Galton's food vertigo. Food Art is a real trend at the moment, and many are those trying it.

Pictures: Beth Galton's food vertigo

Though Beth Galton‘s work is more than just food art, it is closer to graphic design, sometimes close to poetry. Landscape 13. Topographic Food Art by Stefanie Herr. Emily Elyse Miller Emily Elyse Miller - who posted 186 articles on Trendland.

Topographic Food Art by Stefanie Herr

Year Born: 1990 Location: Scottsdale, AZ // How many hours a day are you on the web? More than I should admit Last cool project you worked on: A new dinner series called FoodbyColor Coolest person you know personally: I'm just waiting for one of my friends to get famous ;) Best place to eat in your neighborhood: St. Anslem and Allswell Top 3 Places: Chelsea Market (NYC), Flea Market St-Ouen de Clignancourt (Paris), & Camelback Mountain (Scottsdale, AZ) Next destination: Copenhagen, Mexico City & Morocco Best hotel/place you visited last year: The Royal Palms Resort & Spa (Scottsdale, AZ) & Paws Up (Montana) ? Food Art. L’artiste turc Sakir Gökçebag a imaginé avec talent une série de créations graphiques en utilisant de la nourriture, et ce sans aucune manipulation numérique. Utilisant notamment des fruits comme des pommes ou des pastèques pour créer des compositions géométriques, voici une sélection de ses œuvres. Food Art for Sale. Canned-Food-Art-4.

Wp-content/uploads/2008/12/guiseppe-arcimboldo. Amazing-Food-Art. The Pasta Monster (And Other Strange Food Art) Sliced Down the Middle: Conceptual Food Art. If you love food, then this new project by photographer Beth Galton and food stylist Charlotte Omnes will certainly make your mouth water. The two provide a peek at food in a way that defies gravity- slicing it right down the middle in whatever container it’s normally found in. They got the idea for the series after a commissioned job that had them cutting a burrito in half for a photo shoot. Slicing styrofoam containers of iced coffee and ramen noodles, soup cans, and cartons of ice cream, they give us an inside peek that would be very hard to replicate. Humorous food art. Cereal Killer — 25 Crazy Pieces of Food Art. Fine Art of Food. This Post is Underwritten by San Pellegrino. Foodscapes » Carl Warner. 15 Fascinating Food Artists and Sculptors [70 Pics] Someone must have told the following artists not to play with their food way too many times, to the point that it became a rebellious habit that some might describe as a psychosis.

Built w/Food: 10 Works of (Incr)Edible Architecture. If only the world of Willy Wonka were real, with skyscrapers made from caramels, chocolate rivers and cities built of shortcake and whipped cream. Living in an edible world is only a dream, but these 10 examples of architecture made from food show that smaller scale versions can be almost as fun. Edible London.