Toast With Taste.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Many thanks to my dad - who knows I can't resist an edible experiment - for sending me the link to Ida Skivene's Instagram feed. A self-described food artist, Ida creates representations on toast of timeless works by Degas and Dali, Magritte and Munch, among others. I like the Jackson Pollock piece, pictured below, made from yogurt and passion fruit jam. As for Ida? "I particularly enjoyed eating the Monet," she says


Further food-related reads:
-What we'll be eating in 35 years.
-Malaysian artist Hong Yi's experimental plated masterpieces.
-Cooking classes on an organic egg farm in the Japanese countryside.

Happy Wednesday!

17 comments:

Chelsea C. said...

This is so good. The Girl with the Pearl Earring is obviously best viewed on a piece of toast.

little t said...

Awesome!

April said...

Ahhhhh!! These are so cooooool! And creative! Wow. I'm in awe.

tara said...

These are sooo cool! I love the Magritte one.

Rachel @ Existation said...

Oh man, I would have the hardest time eating these after creating them...it'd probably never happen. I wonder how long each one of these took to make!

Anonymous said...

Amazing and hilarious!

angela said...

Wow she is good! Love this!

Shoko said...

Chelsea, I agree!

Rachel, I think she said it typically takes a half hour - impressive.

Kathy said...

This is awesome! I'm so impressed...and hungry.

Trish said...

Wow! Too good to eat!!

Michelle {lovely little things} said...

I love this, they're so creative!

Loulou said...

These are so neat. It's so interesting to see what some people think to do.

Dad said...

Great post.
I mean toast.
Dad

Shoko said...

Thanks, Dad!

burntfeather said...

I was just looking at food art today too, some people are just way too talented + have a lot of time :)

Panda Head said...

ahhh! LOVE. and while I totally love the toast I am mostly referring to your Dad's amazing DAD COMMENT. :)

Laura Tj said...

Freakin awesome, love your finding as always shoko, they always make me smile!

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