Posts Tagged ‘food art’
Photographer Klaus Enrique Gerdes created a series of edible compositions called “The Arcimboldo Series” in the manner of 16th century Italian painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
“Sweet Meat” is a fun project done by German photographer Jasmin Schuller in which she uses real meat to create deliciously sinful looking desserts. For these compositions Jasmin used plenty of meat scraps, two liters of blood, a bucket of animal grease and five kilos of raw meat. For example, the tasty looking ice-cream sundae is actually made from minced meats covered in grease cream, and topped with a cherry carved from a pig’s heart. The cherry syrup is actually blood.