We're liking the "Kitchen Art" series of colored pencil and watercolor prints by Working Woman on Etsy, pieces "originally done as illustrations for food columns in a daily newspaper." Above: "Sliced Cucumbers" and "Cookie Monster," both $35.00. Some more of our favorites:
Photographs by Lauren Garfinkel, by permision.
Feast For Bush is a series of dishes by Lauren Garfinkel to commemorate the eight years of George W. Bush's presidency, a "legacy that couldn’t possibly fit onto one plate." It's a "feast" of twelve courses in which seemingly innocuous plates of food are transformed into nightmare-scapes examining some of [...]
Brock Davis. Clockwise from top left: "Grand Prix Gold Milk Jug," "Partially Eaten Turkey Sandwich on Wheat Award," "Community Service," "Cup Lid Faces." Photos by permission.
The Minneapolis-based artist and designer Brock Davis uploads a new piece of artwork — encompassing illustration, sculpture, and photography — every day to his Flickr set as part of his [...]
“Think Big: One Giant Scoop for Mankind” - EYP. Photograph: Andrew Janjigian / Melissa Rivard for Eat Me Daily
On Monday the 13th Annual Canstruction competition opened in Boston at Bunker Hill Community College in Charlestown. 18 local design and construction firms built giant sculptures made entirely out of canned foods, on the themes of food [...]
Photographs: Andrew Janjigian / Melissa Rivard for Eat Me Daily
Currently on display at the art gallery of the Bunker Hill Community College in Boston is the group exhibit "Eat the Art." The show brings together a metric tonnage of artwork on the theme of food as art, featuring pieces in a variety of media from [...]
Left: Beef ice cream cones. Right: The crowd from above. Photo: Cammie Nguyen / Eat Me Daily.
Saturday night, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art was full of bizarre sights: bicyclists circled a group of people who had gathered to eat dishes such as beef ice cream cones while a poet screamed Italian poems into [...]
The artist Marilyn Minter and Intermix have collaborated on a tote bag featuring a still from her short film "Green Pink Caviar." Priced at $48, a percentage of proceeds from the bags will benefit Bright Pink, a non-profit organization that "focuses on empowering high risk women to take care of their breast and ovarian [...]
On October 17th, the SFMOMA is hosting a banquet called "OPENfuture: Spinning Marinetti's Wheels" inspired by F. T. Marinetti's 1932 Futurist Cookbook. Expect beef ice cream cones and flying panforte. Also "cyclists delivering a locally sourced 'wild beast' and a women-only kitchen carving edible sculptures against a backdrop of stadium seating, emergency sirens, and spinning [...]