This Artist Makes Food Spills into Tasty Artworks

Instead of using paint or ink, artist Giulia Bernardelli transforms foods like chocolate and coffee into beautiful artworks spilled across the page. The Italian artist (who goes by Bernulia on Instagram) works completely from instinct, using the inspiration that springs to mind while having a meal or drinking a coffee.

This Medical Student Has Made Studying Anatomy So Much Sweeter

There is a reason why not everyone is a doctor. Learning anatomy is no easy task. But 27 year old medical student Mike McCormick has developed a sweet way to help himself study. He re-creates human anatomy diagrams using various candies to represent the parts. With neat labeling and colorful candies, these figures are more fun than any anatomy textbook could ever be. Plus the hands on learning approach makes memorization sink in much more easily.

Safe for Consumption: The Gluten Free Museum Removes Bread and Cake from Classic Artworks

Bread has been a main staple of society since prehistoric times, and as soon as art and writing appeared, it was part of it. You’ll find bread featured on the walls of ancient Egyptian pyramids, Dutch paintings hanging in museums, and even a long held place as the main food group on the food pyramid. Now, times are changing. With a new focus on gluten intolerance, many people are leaving conventional bread behind in search of a healthy lifestyle… The Gluten Free Museum is here to re-write history to match.

This Chef Plates Up Junk Food Like it’s High End-Cuisine

If you’re headed out for a night of fine dining, you expect to have a well presented meal. Don’t forget the oversized plate, small portion sizes and flourishes of sauce and garnishes. But if that meal had a Pop-Tart as the centerpiece, your expectations would be a bit lower. Don’t tell that to Instagram chef Jacques Lamerde. He’s plating up junk food like it’s 5-star fare.

Rob Draper Will Draw Beautiful Lettering on Anything, Even Food

Why yes, that is an Ikea hotdog with beautiful typography all over it. Designer and illustrator Rob Draper is the kind of guy who’s unafraid to push the boundaries a bit, even if it ‘knackers’ the nibs of his pens in the process. With plenty of shout-outs to ‘create more’ his meticulous work finds its way onto food items like loaves of sliced bread or the bottom of a bagel. Other pieces are on old discarded Costa coffee cups or the wrapper from eats at Wagamama (both giveaways of his UK-based location).

Artist Imagines Eclectic and Humorous Food Hats

When artist and costume designer Maor Zabar was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease a few years back, he was forced to adjust his eating habits. Many of the delicious foods he was familiar with consuming were now off limits. So, to make up for the foods he couldn’t eat, he decided to make them wearable instead. Thus was born his special line of food inspired head wear: the Food Hat Collection.

What It Would Look Like If Famous Artists Used Thanksgiving Food Instead of Paint

As you sit down for Thanksgiving dinner, or round two or three, allow these images to inspire your plating. Rather than covering them in heaps and piles of food, artist Hannah Rothstein decided to turn Thanksgiving dinner plates into works of art. She chose 10 artists that were easily recognizable and used their signature styles to plate traditional Thanksgiving foods. While most of us could only think of the Jackson Pollock, Rothstein shows off her painting skills and creativity in this perfect Turkey Day homage.

Pancakes of The Apes: Eat Primates For Breakfast (Cruelty Free)

Awesome dad Nathan Shields of Saipancakes is at it again with his flipping amazing pancake creations. This time he pays an homage to our primate ancestors. Using hot chocolate mix, he mixed up 3 shades of pancake batter and used them to create portraits of a chimpanzee, bonobo, gibbon, gorilla, orangutan, and siamang. He shares his process in the timelapse video below.

A Growing Trend in China: Real Fruit Shaped Like Buddhas and Cubes

There’s a new craze in China folks and it’s invading markets and homes everywhere. It’s called “fruit mould” and involves shaping real fruit into mini Buddhas, hearts and squares. While the fruit is still young, the growers encase it into a custom plastic mould and let the fruit continue to grow. Then after a little time, the fruit is ready to come out of its shell to the world.

Edible Chocolate Records That Can Also Play Music

The word chocolate is sweet music to most people’s ears, but did you know that it can also be used to store music? German genius Peter Lardong came up with the idea to create records out of chocolate and believe it or not, they can be played on a standard phonograph! He creates the records by pouring his time-tested recipe of melted chocolate into a silicon mold of his favorite vinyl. He places it in the refrigerator to set and voila! Each disc can be played up to 12 times before it’s too worn out, but that’s when the best part comes…eating it!