I don’t believe we have shared the work from Thomas Price before, he is a designer based in Kansas City, USA. From his work, it’s great to see Thomas experimenting and playing with different mediums throughout his work. For this project for example, as a role of designer/letterer; he was mixing text content for the National Turkey Federation with food split in two on a plate with the other half with type. I think the results are quite simple but a fantastic concept! What do you think? Credits Designer/Letterer: Thomas Price Writer: Jim Howard Photographer: Matt Mooney (RW2) Editor: Realfake Client: National Turkey Federation More Information via Behance.
We would like to share this Instagram account that has been making a lot of buzz lately. We’ll quite understand why because it is so refreshing and the idea of mixing two of my favourite things in the whole world. Design and Food, more specifically pattern design. Based in Vega, Barcelona; let’s follow their creative journey at making these very colorful images full of richness and combination from different food. This is what that is all about right? Making things with your hands and to stay creative! Make sure to check out and follow their Instagram: @eatingpatterns. Something between pattern design and cooking. More information: https://www.instagram.com/eatingpatterns.
Lina Skukauskė is a photographer from Munich, Germany who loves to photograph wholehearted delights. Her photographs are mouth watering and the recipes look delicious, enjoy! For last few years I have this yearning to have a personal blog- a place to gather what inspires me and what helps me grow and also a place to play & experiment, to photograph and to tell stories. Finally I can say that it's here. Wholehearted delights is a place about all things I enjoy wholeheartedly- tasty & healthy vegetarian/vegan/raw recipes, wandering & wild foraging, personal development & spirituality mixed with bits of my personal life. Lina Skukauskė | wholehearteddelights.com
We keep going through our weekly journey checking out great logos! We're thinking ahead and we want to find new topics, good ones, to share with you guys. Last week we featured logos with wool, and today we're featuring logos with pretzels! Every week we search through our favorite galleries: Logopond and Dribbble. Both are a great communities for designers everywhere. Also, if you you'd like to suggest ideas for the next subjects, please, tell me by sending me sending me a tweet: @paulogabriel. Cheers! ;)
To celebrate thanksgiving I picked this awesome project by Casey Ligon. She used thanksgiving themed food to create some awesome typography. Check out the images and videos and happy thanksgiving! For more from Casey Ligon visit behance.net/caseyligon.
I've been seeing a lot of designs using real food and it's really refreshing specially if relates and reinforces the message. Today I decided to select a few of these pieces to share here and inspire you for your next project. Enjoy!
Agnieszka Piątkowska is a photographer from Poland who decided to mix her love for food with photography and specialized in culinary photography also known as food porn photography. Beware, you may get hungry from this post. Enjoy! For more from Agnieszka Piątkowska visit behance.net/apfff.
With Instagram, food photography has become a new interest and addiction to most of us. Sharing what we eat. But how about combining beautiful photography with food. Plus, you'll be learning new recipes! Well this is what Samuel Shelley and Catherine Miller are doing on Island Menu. Their focus is on the use of fresh Tasmanian produce available for everyday cooking. Hope you'll enjoy and get hungry! We don't claim to be the greatest cooks in the world - far from it - we just love creating new recipes and taking photos Find out more about Samuel and Catherine from Island Menu at IslandMenu.com.au All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu All Rights to Island Menu Links More info about Island Menu: http://www.islandmenu.com.au Follow Island Menu on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Island-Menu-Tasmanian-Food-Photos/222469…
One of the greatest things to do when you visit a different place is to try the local dishes. By eating ethnical food you'll go a little further in the experience of that city or country, which is the whole idea of traveling. Gabriele Galimberti is an experienced Italian photographer who travels all over the world to capture the soul of different cultures in the little things. You might know his project called Toy Stories, and following the same idea, he captured the essence of each country's traditional foods, cooked mainly by old ladies, which is totally cute. The project called Delicatessen with Love is a explosion of colors and tastes [in my head] that will bring you new light about other countries' cultures. These are only a handful of dishes: for more, and even to get the actual recipes, visit the project page at Gabriele's personal portfolio. It's a delight. Cheers. ;) Riga, Latvia Abolu Pirags (sweet pizza with apples and chocolate) by Natàlija Kaze, 65 years old Saint-Jean du Sud, Haiti Lambi in creole sauce by Serette Charles, 63 years old Beirut, Lebanon Mjadara (rice and lentils cream) by Wadad Achi, 66 years old Mchinji, Malawi Finkubala (Caterpillar in tomato sauce) by Regina Lifumbo, 53 years old Chongqing, China Hui Guo Rou (twice-cooked pork with vegetables) by Pan Guang Mei, 62 years old Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Nasi Lemak (coconut rice with vegetables and fried dried anchovies) by Thilaga Vadhi, 55 years old Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Fejoada light by Ana Lucia Souza Pascoal, 53 years old Stockholm, Sweden Inkokt Lax â (poached cold salmon and vegetables) by Brigitta Fransson, 70 years old Istanbul, Turkey Karniyarik (stuffed aubergines with meat and vegetables) by Ayten Okgu , 76 years old La Paz, Bolivia Queso Humacha (vegetables and fresh cheese soup) by Julia Enaigua, 71 years old Oltepessi (masaai mara) Kenya Mboga and orgali (white corn polenta with vegetables and goat) by Normita Sambu Arap, 65 years old Buenos Aires, Argentina Empanada Criolla (that is, meat stuffed pastry) by Susana Vezzetti, 62 years old Cairo, Egypt Kuoshry (pasta, rice and legumes pie) by Fifi Makhmer, 62 years old Reykjavìk, Iceland Kjotsùpa (lamb and vegetables soup) by Valagerdur Olafsdòttir, 63 years old Lima, Peru Corvina fish ceviche by Itala Revello Rosas, 77 years old Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Enjera with churry and vegetables by Bisrat Melake, 60 years old Madrid Asadura de cordero lecca con arroz (milk-fed lamb offal with rice) by Carmina Fernandez, 73 years old
British Designer Ryan MacEachern decided to take his diet to the next level by using some design to spice things up. This project explores the nutritional values of the diet and presents it in a contrasting way, it juxtaposes the dull and boring appearance of the food he was eating by presenting the data using colourful vibrant foods. Enjoy! For more from Ryan MacEachern visit behance.net/ryanmac.
Carl Warner is photographer from London, UK and he created this absolute creative series called: Foodscapes. It's basically landscapes constructed entirely from fruits, vegetables, cheese, bread, fish, meat and more. At first glance you'll think that is a real landscape but it's entirely made of food! For more information about Carl Warner and his many works, you can visit his website at CarlWarner.com. All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner All Rights to Carl Warner
Erin Gleeson runs the blog named 'The Forest Feast'. With a background in Food Photography, Erin just laid out visually her recipes in a photographic illustration mixed with typography. It truly inspires me to a healthier dinner ideas and also very earthy. Make sure to follow her recipes and it's always inspirational to be in the woods! For many years I worked as a food photographer in New York City, but in the summer of 2011, my husband’s new job prompted a move to Northern California where we found a lovely cabin in the woods. For more information about Erin Gleeson, you can visit her website at theForestFeast.com. All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson All Rights to Erin Gleeson
Garret Steider had the bright idea to create this awesome project that involves typography and food. Carving into food and shaping each letter of the Alphabet with an extra taste of typography making this a very unique and probably very time consuming but the result is amazing. Check it out! For more from Garret visit his Flickr Gallery
English photographer Carl Warner is the perfect example of a creative person. This guy thought of building full landscapes with food, and it just looks absolutely amazing. It's total eye-candy and of course, makes you hungry. He uses several kinds of food to create perfect landscapes that you would be proud to gaze for hours. His technique gotta be really painful but really worth the time spent in the end. For more of his amazing work, you should visit his portfolio. He'll appreciate it. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers! ;)
Experimentation is a vital part of design. A person gets an idea and starts planning to make that idea come true. Designers make a living out of it, and it's important to keep our work fresh. Here's a little something to inspire you. Dan Beckemeyer has done some amazing illustrations of food groups, and I find it a really awesome experiment. From coffee and doughnuts to bacon and eggs, he got it all covered, and these look delicious and fun. So, fore more of his work, you may visit his Behance folio! I hope you all enjoy these. Cheers. ;)
Yesterday, the Abduzeedo team in Porto Alegre went to Applebee's for some celebration, and we had a good time together, and had some fabulous food and dessert. @FabianoMe told me to make a post on desserts. It was a good idea. I had a great salad and after that, a delicious chocolate cake with vanilla icecream... it was incredibly good, and since I know that 95% of you are freaks for desserts, I know this post will be appreciated for both photographers and dessert lovers everywhere. Enjoy! Cheers. ;) Elita Supargo Béatrice Peltre wEnDy Pillsbury Joits Sammie Betty Crocker Recipes Jennifer McFadden Elina Innanen Renata Diem Herman Au Jenelle Cassie Janne Moren Sammie Béatrice Peltre Miemo Penttinen
I've already published some architecture posts with amazing photos, and if you realize, a lot of them are from the same phtographer, he's the portuguese Nelson Garrido. His technique and style for photos like those are simply awesome. The lights and colors bring even more value to each project. And as this is not enough, he also has some experiments and food pictures that are also beautiful! Because of that I made a collection with some of his photos, definitely you should check how great photos turn good projects into awesome ones! Architecture Foods and Experiments For more information about Nelson Garrido visit ngphoto.com.pt.