New Zealand artist Joël Penkman loves food and paintings, so when she combines the two, the result is quite amazing.
Inspired by traditional Japanese Mizu Shingen Mochi, The Raindrop Cake is the product of New York City–based chef Darren Wong,
British designer Tom Dixon and quartz manufacturer Caesarstone have joined hands to debut four conceptual kitchens inspired by the natural elements Earth, Fire, Water and Air. Called the ‘The Restaurant by Caesarstone & Tom Dixon’, the kitchens will come to life at the Milan Children’s Museum (MUBA) at the historical Rotonda della Besana during the…
Keeping up with its reputation as being the city of excellence in the fields of architecture, interior design and art, Antwerp strikes again. This time by introducing a new concept restaurant, RAS. Restaurant Aan de Stroom (The restaurant by the river) is situated in the historic Zuiderterras building, designed by architect Bob Van Reeth.
How exquisite are these cakes by Tome Coffee Shop in Queensland? Surely Marie Antoinette would approve! The baking is done by Alita Johnson and the photography by Matthew O’Brien, and if you are into cakes you should follow them on Insta! www.instagram.com/tome____
British art director Gem Fletcher and photographer Aaron Tilley worked on these two editorial projects: Space Cakes and Indulgence – Food Weather. The first series for Gourmand shows weather phenomena such as melting glaciers, tsunami or a storm with foods.
These three package designs were created by Japanese Design Guru Kenya Hara. Characterized by joint-free, smooth curves and delicate white texture, are for the most well-known Pierre Hermé pastry, Ispahan.