Celebrating Food Art - Edible Animal Sculptures


An artist is a person worthy to be revered and respected. And art knows no boundaries, no regions; just a significant amount of imagination, determination and diligence, and of course, some talent!! So let's take a moment to look at these beautiful and intricate works of edible art. You don't have to try to match these works of excellence, but if it inspires you even a little to be creative about your presentation techniques, my job here is done!

These are works from famous artists, definitely not by me. I'm just an admirer of art, saluting these geniuses, just like you...

An "Easter Bunny" carved from a Melon.....




A beautiful "Swan" carved out of Cheese.....



An "Alligator" carved from a Pineapple.....



A "Pegasus" sculptured out of Butter.....



A "Cute and kind Orange Couple" adopting a "Tomato".....



And finally, the perfect centre-piece for a couple "Just Married".....



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14 comments :

Anonymous said...

beautiful work...I join you in celebrating these artists! thanks for sharing the pics with us:)

Jyothi said...

Really fantastic work. Looks beautiful. I will try to join in this celebrations. Thanks for sharing.

Siri said...

Wow.. such beautiful food sculptures.. I love and appreciate this culinary art..:D needs so much of creativity and patience..:D.. Nice post.

Kelly Mahoney said...

How cute! I think food is an artform to begin with, but there's no way I'm on this level. It's just too cute to eat.

Nags said...

these are so cute :)

Shyam said...

The orange couple and baby tomato are SO cute :)

Asha said...

Wonderful, takes time to do these! Have seen my Halloween post(October archive) last year? They are scary Pumpkins! ;D

Cris said...

Yeah... just too cute to eat! :-)

Padma said...

What a beauty! I admire all such great things...I too will join in for this celebrations...

Prajusha said...

those animal sculptures looks wonderful.i really appreciate their great effort and creativity.

The Short (dis)Order Cook said...

Congrats! Yummy looking recipe as always.

Manasi said...

SO cute!!

Sharmi said...

such lovely creations right? beautiful!

Jeena said...

So cute. :)