Art is a means of expression and food is a means of sustaining ourselves. When the two merge, it becomes fertile ground for ideas and creativity! There are so many amazing artists and creators on the internet who try unique and different things with their artistic creations. We recently met some incredible artists who use food as a backdrop. Believe it or not, these creative geniuses have put on their thinking caps and reinvented food as we know it. From massive sculptures to intricate cookies, these five artists have radically transformed ordinary food — in ways we couldn’t even imagine. Edible art is definitely the next big thing!

Here are 5 amazing artists using food as a canvas:

1. Amaury Guichon (@amauryguichon)

Pastry chef Amaury Guichon has taken edible art to the next level. From whales to drums, robots to phones – the chef creates giant sculptures using chocolate and millions of views for his videos. His larger than life creations are the toast of social media. The French culinary prodigy also has its own pastry academy. Looked:

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2. Artists’ Arena (@divemadhousemag)

The humble carrot has become a dramatic dragon in this sculpture originating from a Chinese designer. Shared on Instagram Reels, the video has garnered over 14,000 likes since it was posted. This handful regularly features artists who create art with food. Check it out:

3. Eiko Mori (@estyle1010)

The Japan-based visual artist has a unique way of using food in her works. Eiko Mori’s wonderful creations all have one thing in common: they use bread as a backdrop! His latest reels titled “Christmas on a Bread” have miniature versions of everything festival related. Looked:

4. Edgar Artis (@edgarartis)

A well-known fashion designer based in Paris, Edgar Artis has amassed over 603,000 followers for his designs. Her Instagram is all about beautiful dresses and great designs with a touch of food. In this click, the artist has taken the layers of the burger and used it to create an amazing dress. Looked:

5. Liz Joy (@inspiredtotaste)

Liz Joy is an award-winning dessert maker who graduated from the Amaury Guichon Pastry Academy. Her edible art uses desserts such as cookies and cakes, and with intricate detail they are nothing less than complete works of art in themselves. Check it out:

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Who knew art could be so delicious, right? What did you think of these stunning works of art using food as a canvas? Tell us in the comments below.

About Aditi AhujaAditi loves talking and meeting like-minded foodies (especially those who love veggie momos). Plus points if you get his bad jokes and sitcom references, or recommend a new place to eat.


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