Chef Sang-Hoon Degeimbre met designer Quentin de Coster at a conference in March of 2013. During this event, they presented their work and noted many common points between their respective artistic worlds. A year later, the
The bursts of laughter next to the clinking of glasses is what you will find upon pushing open the door of Anahi, a mythical Argentinian restaurant where parties feed on the good vibes.
Koreatown is a hip spot. It’s not a secret and it might be because of the Line Hotel, one of the coolest hotels to pop up this year. Inside the Line is celebrity chef Roy Choi’s restaurant, the Commissary, a new produce-focused restaurant.
The Table, located in the new URSO boutique hotel in Madrid, is the recently revamped Restaurante Cenador de Amós.
Design Duo Koz Susani have been working on bringing a new food concept to life that would transform the culture of eating altogether. “Just add Water” is a set of appliances which connect to an app that answers the tells you what to eat for dinner, and then makes it for you.
D espite the frigid temperatures in Norway this time of year, we’d happily risk frostbite for a meal, even a snack, at Maaemo. Currently praised as one of the best restaurants in the world (see The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list), Maaemo’s head chef Esben Holmboe Bang brings you on a
B by B is the haute couture in the world of chocolate.
Since Jeremy Scott took over Moschino and gave the whole world the green light to embrace the pop culture, Cecille David’s conceptual imagery is more than just relevant.
Ivan Orkin, a chef whose name is synonymous with ramen has taken his talents to the Lower East Side with his Japanese bred venture Ivan Ramen.
When Trendland asks Scott Norton of Sir Kensington’s why they chose to curate fries, he goes on by reflecting on how much kudos and attention we so often give to the burger.
In 2006 Benoit Cabanes and Laurent Vallee created Studio Mixture, a studio as they say, for photos and videos. But it goes a bit deeper than that.
As October brings cooler temperatures across the globe, let the chill bring fireworks, blankets and camp fires for us all to enjoy. Make the trip outdoors worth it with an updated childhood classic of toasted blackberry white chocolate smores to devour alone or share with friends and family around the fire. Enjoy what is left…
Prepare to see a different kind of editorial. Director and photographer Ben Clement celebrates his favourite restaurant WonderBao Kitchen located in Melbourne.
Despite having recently concluded the Photography course at London College of Communication, Emma Hartvig is hardly inexperienced when it comes to the necessity to be creative and to seek a personal way to portray everything around her.
Whoever said that you shouldn’t play with food, certainly hadn’t seen Ache Rodriguez‘s art project.
Summer might be on it’s way out, but the desire for light, fresh, veggie-based salads lingers on. Full of flavor, and perhaps some ingredients you haven’t made use of in a while, these dishes make an easy work-week lunch or a weekend family style meal just a touch more interesting.
The 22 year-old, Milan-based food photographer Isabella Vacchi has some gorgeous work that really speak to us! Mixing food still life with different color
Smokey sweet potato serves as the base for this Vietnamese inspired sandwich. Bánh Mì, which means all kinds of bread, finds its roots in French colonialism (hence the use of a baguette) and is traditionally made with pork or other meats. That said, this sweet potato version is fitting for the growing number of people interested in…
Recently, Paris has seen a recent influx of American influence as American chefs open more approachable ‘farm to table’ style restaurants and even food trucks. But it’s New York’s turn to take it’s cues (once again) from the city of lights (and good food). Frederic Duca who hails from a town near Marsailles, France, brings us Racines,…
Don’t be put off by the lack of specifics in this recipe. From start to finish, this ice cream cake is meant to be something to have fun with.
In this day and age, anyone on Instagram will know that the inevitable shot of a well placed coffee mug, magazine and wooden countertop are bound to come up. Whether it’s the midst of finals, an early Sunday morning or
One is a magic number for French art director Emilie Guelpa. Her recent Monochrome series for Fricote magazine carries the theme “one chef, one color,”
Russian art director Kristina Razueva laid out these food posters, a nice mix of typefaces against full-bleed images.
Based in Cape Town, South Africa, food photographer Nadine Greeff shoots in the chiaroscuro style.
These ricotta-stuffed eggplant rolls are worth the wait, never mind that you have to salt, drain, blot dry and deep fry, as the recipe for this Eggplant Involtini requires.
Patissier Tsujiguchi Hironobu with his latest collaboration, reached the ultimate confectionary sophistication. Based on his impression of Nendo, he created a desert that comes with its own chocolate pencils and sharpener.
There is absolutely nothing that a delicious and cool ice pop can’t fix. And when peanut butter is involved, then things take an exciting turn. “Have A Yummy Day” shared a yummy recipe for Peanut Pops, along with a Pin-worthy food styling.
Two things are the never ending quests in this life: the search for true love, and the search for the perfect fish and chips recipe. Luckily enough, we can check the latter off our list, because the search is no more: Chef Daniel Humm found it, and we are passing his wisdom over to…
For Head Chef of “Chapter One” restaurant and Michelin star winner, Ross Lewis, food styling comes with its very own plate. The team of DesignGoat was given the task of coming up with a plate for Lewis’s petit fours.
Infographics have never looked so good. Food Waste is a booklet and a digital publication that provides information about what the title hints at; the food that is wasted.