When we eat food it’s always best if it’s presented nicely to make it more appetizing. Part of the pleasure of eating food doesn’t only come with the taste, it also comes to how to meal is presented. We’ll be taking a look at some awesome Food Art that will make you very hungry!

To get your taste buds going, these works of art are designed by various chef’s and ordinary people from around the world. Featuring some of the most popular food items like Chocolate, Ice Cream, Chips, Cake and Fruit – some of these works of art are also a bit of tongue and cheek!

You don’t have to be a professional chef to try and make food art yourself! Food art can be created with just about any type of food! These works of art that will make you very hungry should be enough to have you start cooking straight away!

“Fish Under Water”


via lovethispic.com

“Chocolate Chocolate and more Chocolate!”


via flickr.com

“Lemon Tart by Antonio Bachour”


via chefs-talk.com

“Antwerpen by Van Damme”

desert 2


via classetouriste.be

“Skitchen” by Benoit Jammes

You leave the house and your potatoes immediately start practicing their kickflips.

“Processed Views” by Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman

"Processed Views" by Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman

A project examining industrial food production, Ciurej and Lochman “built these views to examine consumption, progress and the changing landscape.” You can buy a postcard set of the series here.

Ceramics by Anna Barlow

These sculptures may look deliciously oozy and gooey, but you’d break a tooth if you attempted to eat one.

“Meals Interrupted” by Davide Luciano and Claudia Ficca

"Meals Interrupted" by Davide Luciano and Claudia Ficca

A series depicting meals that came to a close rather abruptly: “each shot vividly captures the disappointment and sense of abandonment that evidently accompanies a gathering that is suddenly and unexpectedly ended.”

The meals you see above = “Al Dente” (“an Italian lunch ruined by a calculated mob hit”) and “Honeyed” (“picnic ravaged by a swarm of bees”).

“Sweet and Low” by Nicoletta Ceccoli

“Material Girls” nicolettaceccoli.com

“Eat me, drink me” nicolettaceccoli.com

See other pieces from Nicoletta’s “Sweet and Low” show here.

Charted Food by Pop Chart Lab

Charted Food by Pop Chart Lab

Like the cheese chart? There’s more where that came from… here’s coffee, beer, vegetables, wine, fruits, and whiskey.

“Fingerprints” by Kevin Van Aelst

After making the giant Cheez Doodle fingerprint, Kevin Van Aelst probably left *actual* cheesy fingerprints everywhere.

“A Tribute to Budgie” by Anna Keville Joyce and Agustín Nieto

"A Tribute to Budgie" by Anna Keville Joyce and Agustín Nieto

To see the other birds Anna illustrated and Agustín photographed, click here.

“Bauhaus” by Nicky&Max

To learn more about the Bauhaus movement that inspired this series, go here.

“Big Appetites” by Christopher Boffoli

"Big Appetites" by Christopher Boffoli

Real food + tiny people = huge greatness. Buy a copy of Christopher’s Big Appetites book here.

“The Comfort Food Series” by Jessica Dance and David Sykes

Knit food you could take a nap on.

“Candybar Carpet” by We Make Carpets

"Candybar Carpet" by We Make Carpets
Ine van den Elsen inevandenelsen.nl / Via wemakecarpets.nl

This is probably the first time in your life you’ve ever actively wanted to eat a carpet. You should also check out their pasta and coffeefloor coverings.

“Recipes” by Nora Luther and Pavel Becker

Preparing dinner would be exceedingly difficult if the ingredients suddenly became weightless.

“Foodie Alphabet” by Vidhya Nagarajan

Spell your name in food. Do it. If you mixed the ingredients together, would your meal be delicious or disgusting? “M” for maldon sea salt, “A” for anchovies, “L” for leeks…..

“Contemporary Pieces” by Rebecca Rütten

Photographs of fast food inspired by paintings from the Renaissance.

“The Coming Storm” by Will Cotton

"The Coming Storm" by Will Cotton
Will Cotton, “The Coming Storm”, 2014, oil on linen, 72 x 96 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Mary Boone Gallery. willcotton.com

Would a cotton candy storm involve liquid sugar?

“Band Riders” by Hargreaves and Levin

If you’re a famous performer you get to make requests before you arrive at a venue for a concert – you put together a “rider” filled with the different things you want to munch on and drink backstage. You could simply ask for bottled water… or get much, much more elaborate. In this series, Henry Hargreaves and Caitlin Levin depict the riders of famous musicians like Beyoncé (“juicy baked chicken, garlic, sea salt, black pepper”) and Marilyn Manson (“gummi bears”).

“Fictitious Dishes” by Dinah Fried

"Fictitious Dishes" by Dinah Fried

Dinah Fried photographs different meals as they are described in works of literature (like The Bell Jar and The Catcher in the Rye). Intrigued? Her series was made into a book – buy it here.

“Insult Cakes” / “Let Them Eat Cake” by Stephanie Gonot and Max Siedentopf