Has Vice Taken #FoodPorn Too Far?

A photographer looks at papaya in a unique way
Aug 19, 2014 11:00 am

They say a picture tells a thousand words. These ones will probably leave you speechless. Leave it to NC-17 publishers Vice to take common food items and present them in such a way that even the squarest of minds can't help but think of...something not square.


Design Find: Check Out This Stunning Monochromatic Culinary Palette Series

Design-centric cooking from France
Jul 21, 2014 10:00 am

Monochromtic photographs make up a series of beautifully composed culinary palette food photos. The work is a collaboration between Paris-based creative director Emilie Guelpa, several up-and-coming French chefs and food publication Fricote. Check out the images.


Ruinart's Masterpiece Series Brings A New Form Of Art To Its Champagne

Georgia Russell debuts work at Art Basel
Jun 26, 2014 1:00 pm

Visitors to Ruinart's lounge at Art Basel last week were treated to much more than some of the world's best champagne. Besides serving up the bubbles, the historic champagne house — and France's oldest — brought its own artistic contributions to the fair in the form of an astounding sculptural piece by artist Georgia Russell. 


Meet Adam Bernbach, Washington D.C's Cocktail Menu Cartoonist

2 Birds 1 Stone's drink menu resembles a comic book
May 9, 2014 12:00 pm

What does tequila have to do with checkered Vans sneakers? Nothing, really, except that both share space in the mixological mind of Adam Bernbach — and sometimes on his drinks menu. Meet the man behind some impressively illustrated cocktail menus, after the jump.


Once You Pop Art: Check Out An Organ And Chandelier Made Entirely With Pringles

Chip art is taken to the next level here
Apr 16, 2014 4:00 pm

Once you start building, you can’t stop. No, that’s not exactly the slogan of the ever-addictive Pringles crisps. But that’s exactly what a group of Brooklyn artists did during a competition presented by Pringles and Gawker Media inviting anyone to share a sketch or photo of what they would create if they had unlimited access to Pringles crisps and cans.


Art Meets Ice Cream, As Speto Debuts New Mural at NYC Gelateria AB Biagi

An exclusive interview with Brazil's art star Speto
Mar 7, 2014 10:00 am

As hordes of art enthusiasts descend upon the Armory Show and other satellite art fairs in NYC this weekend, consider heading in the opposite direction for some gelato and a side of never-before-seen original artwork. To celebrate his home country as this year's World Cup host, Antonio Biagi, the owner and gelato expert behind AB Biagi gelateria, enlisted fellow countryman and one of Brazil's most prominent street artists, Speto, to create an original mural. Images and interview after the jump.


Friday Distraction: An In-N-Out-Inspired Farewell To California

Cause what else besides the weather will you miss?
Feb 7, 2014 1:00 pm

My friend, musician and artist Rocom loves some In-N-Out (along with the entire non-vegetarian and some of the vegetarian population of California), so when his friend moved out of the state he sketched this tribute to some of her favorite parts of the good life.  


Food Arts: Ferran Adrià Museum Exhibition To Open In New York City

Focus on chef sketches, elBulli concepts and items
Jan 6, 2014 5:00 pm

Later this month, New York City’s The Drawing Center will host an exhibition on the visualization and drawing practices of master chef Ferran Adrià. The display will emphasize the role of drawing in Adrià’s quest to understand creativity, following the chef’s transformation of the art of food into an art form all its own. Read on.


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