Here's How Designers Cut a Grid of Perfectly Isometric Food Cubes | The Creators Project

Here's How Designers Cut a Grid of Perfectly Isometric Food Cubes

Conceptual design studio Lernert & Sander on the other hand, created their cubes in real-life. Working on a special photography issue about food for Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant in they cut 98 unprocessed foods into exceedingly perfect cubes.

Gelatin with water, thinly slice radishes.   Thank you for the idea.  It's now on my list!

Cooking with Wylie Dufresne at Harvard (sheet of radish: gelatin, water, thinly sliced radish)

trasparenze vegetali

Exposition "Transparences Végétales" de Pierre-François Couderc du 1er au 26 avril 2010 à Paris

The cookbook, Candy Is Magic, consists of modern, design-oriented candy made from real ingredients

Like Food Designers in a Candy Shoppe

If you think candy is just for kids, then Jami Curl has two words for you: Rosé Lollipops. The owner of small batch candy brand QUIN is about to release her first cookbook and it’s full of real ingred

Photo and styling by David Abrahams

Food Styling That Inspires Creativity

David Abraham's watermelon still life. I love this sculpture. I could do a sculpture similar to this piece.

Styling by Mattias Nyhlin for Plaza Magazine \\\ Photo by Philip Karlberg

Food Styling That Inspires Creativity

Food Styling That Inspires Creativity

Food Styling That Inspires Creativity

July 2015 ☞ Photography ☞ Copenhagen-based photographer Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj created these images, presenting various recipes as minimalist photographs that show all the ingredients that go into making each dish.

anatomy of ice cream / small batch creative - tells a complete story in pictures. leads your eye through the graphic. breaking down something that's already simple.

La anatomía del helado en una original infografía

anatomy of ice cream / small batch creative - tells a complete story in pictures. Leads your eye through the graphic, breaking things down into simple elements.

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