This inventive carafe is a zero-calorie culinary experience used to inhale flavor like smelling wine. Sip sinful delicacies guilt-free through the specially designed straw. David Edwards, french gastro-scientist and inventor of breathable chocolate “le whif,” has teamed up with culinary designer Marc Bretillot to create this mysterious gastronomic globe. Created in Le Laboratorie in Paris, [...]
Photographers Erik Klein Wolterink seems to be a kitchen lover. For this ‘Keuken’ series he opened cupboards, drawers, fridges and ovens of Dutch kitchens and shot them separately before reassembled them into a single seamless composite image, as if the exterior didn’t matter. I like to see the mashed potatoes to truffle oil, from Maggi [...]
(left) Male Figure Skater British set designer Sarah Parker and photographer Micheal Bodiam collaborated on a still life shoot revealing the Diets Behind Sporting Success. The creative duo graphically re-envision Olympian nutritionist Dan Benardot‘s diets for five star athletes. Creating oversize paper settings with miniature-looking real food products, each plate represent a specific diet.
At the tender age of 13, Rubén Álvarez Ibáñez starts studying gastronomy in the Escuela Superior de Hostelería y Turismo de Madrid, an opportunity for him to start out in what would later become his career and passion. Over the course of the next four years, taking advantage of the Christmas and Easter holidays, he [...]
For this Vinyl Desserts at 33 RPM series photographer Philip Karlberg and set designer / chef Mattias Nyhlin wanted to see another type of food images and created some themselves. Associating each image and recipe to a particular song, they
‘Sweet Play’ is a new kind of chocolate which is, thanks to three special elements, compatible with your taste. It is the graduation work of French designer Elsa Lambinet (who partnered with Blondel, the famous Swiss chocolate maker) and is based on modular design, allowing you to create three different types of chocolate with
Issey Miyake asked Kenyan photographer James Mollison to contribute to an exhibition on Chocolate, he was curating (in 07) with the designer Naoto Fukasawa. Chocolate in Japan has become a luxury product with organized tastings- similar to wine. So, Mollison decided it would be interesting to explore the
Famous in France, Japan and the United States, the man that Vogue called “the Picasso of Pastry” revolutionized pastry-making with regard to taste and modernity. With “pleasure as his only guide”, Pierre Hermé has invented a totally original world of tastes, sensations and pleasures. Towards the end of 1996, Pierre Hermé left Fauchon to start [...]
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If you live in the US you have probably had one of these plastic bags in your hands, in one way or another. Used as a pop-culture influence to inspire a big part of Jeremy Scott two seasons ago and these very cool leather bags by Cast of Vices, they bag is every deli’s way [...]
I don’t know how they taste, but they definitely looks good! From $5 to $20 every chocolate lovers should enjoy these little beauties. Coming with awesome packaging, Chocolate Editions by Mary & Matt is a celebration of the candy bar as a perfect pop object. Developed with the love for design, food and the culinary [...]
The new Magnum Temptation print ad campaign is an explosion of flavor ‘Expialidocious’ – “Magnum Art” showcases beautiful explosions of color and flavors in rich, intense and effective prints. Photographers Diver & Aguilar, were commissioned by Spanish advertising agency Lola,to explore the possibilities of this concept. And the result is pretty stunning!