Ayako Suwa Food Creation

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Sensuous food, emotional taste (A taste of guilt)[/caption]

Sensuous food, emotional taste Numéro Tokyo 2008 Aug (Fusosha) (A taste of happiness followed by surges of heartrending sorrow) photo Credit: Hiroshi Iwasaki

Sensuous food, emotional taste Numéro Tokyo 2008 Aug (Fusosha) (A fun taste with the spice of surprise and unconcealable happiness) photo Credit: Hiroshi Iwasaki

Sensuous food, emotional taste (A taste of anxiety slowly blended with terror)

“The taste of GUCCI” for GUCCI official blog. Various 90 people express their original work for celebrating the Gucci foundation 90th anniversary

Sensuous food, emotional taste Numéro Tokyo 2008 Aug (Fusosha) (A lingering taste of regret with overtones of anger welling up) photo Credit: Hiroshi Iwasaki

POP / taste of red

POP / taste of blue

 

More work by Ayako Suwa and “Food Creation

Photo Credit: Hiroshi Iwasaki

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Japanese food artist is surreally inspired. Everything thats comes out of the concept kitchen of Ayako Suwa looks as if it was thought up by a mad scientist.  Suwa started her company “Food Creation” in 2006 upon graduating from the Kanazawa College of Art.  She is taking the culinary world by storm with her intimate gastro-events and installations. Her techniques are raw and insanely creative, based on the emotions and feelings of human beings.  Ayako cleverly uses food to communicate with her audience stating, “the concept reaches your stomach.” If food is the way to your heart then Ayako Suwa’s “food Creation” will have you hooked!

 

(Top left: Photo Credit: Sensuous food, emotional taste (A lingering taste of regret with overtones of anger welling up)
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  • http://www.mahcollection.com/ Ondina Montgomery

    I’ve been to one of her events in Singapore last year. It was a great disappointment in terms of food (I wont call it food anyway ) ambient and event organisation. Event menu does not look nearly so good as the examples above. Exhibitionist/sado masochist show during dinner and Bolero sound did not help me nor the other participants to feel that sort of touch with the food that Ayako intends in her concept. I definitively wont recommend this to anyone . It only looks good in pictures and display .