Art on a Plate


“Creativity with Food” is a new project by Hong Yi, who is making an “artistic dish” for each day this month. Her remake of “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” was done with Nori and rice. And you can see more examples within post, and some of her older work here: “The Guy from Facebook,” “Getting Artistic with Coffee,” and “Film Director Honored with Sock Art.”

Chicken and Hen made from Eggshell by Hong Yi
Top: A composition made with an egg.
Tiger Made with Rice by Hong Yi
Tiger created with chopped carrots, white radish, and prunes.
Landscape made from rice, herbs and lemon by Hong yi
Landscape scene made with oats, herbs, and lemon.
Campbell's soup made from ketchup, mayo, and mustard by Hong Yi
Campbell’s soup composed with ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, and oyster sauce.
Sail boat made from watermelon by Hong Yi
The watermelon sail boat.
Dogs made with Oreo Cookies by Hong Yi
Dogs made with Oreo cookies.
Photos © Hong Yi

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March 11, 2013 Art Food & Drinks Recycled