Get some prosciutto and basil or spinach, and start working (photo courtesy Red Hong-Yi).
|Looking for a rainy day project, or to jump-start a new hobby? A fun get-together with friends?
Take inspiration from the edible collages by Malaysian artist Red Hong-Yi, created on dinner plates [photo #1].
She calls them “painting without a brush.”
In 2012, Red Hong-Yi, was an architect designing residential towers on a computer screen. Then she decided to take a right turn, and transitioned to handmade art.
She created massive portraits:
The artist then scaled down, creating art on dinner plates, the images made entirely from food.
She has peeled cucumbers into landscapes, turned ice cream bars into ice floes topped by polar bears, created chickens from egg shells.
Thanks to AtlasObscura.com. Its Gastro Obscura “covers the world’s most wondrous food and drink.”
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