Art in the Eats by Tisha Cherry

New Jersey-born food-fanatic turned artist Tisha Cherry recreates iconic images using everyday food for her ongoing project '#ARTINTHEEATS.' .

"My food art came as a product of my affinity for food and my boredom of the ordinary. I really just wanted to enhance the experience of eating and not just consume for sustenance. I wanted to turn the mundane into the magical from palette to palate. About 2 years ago, I first saw Bart Simpson’s silhouette in a pile of crumbled Butterfingers while prepping for brownies. Since then, every time I look at food I’ve been looking for a resemblance of some sort."

"Pop culture is essentially my muse and the food on my plate is my medium."

"It’s about finding the right ingredient to mimic color and the right utensil to manipulate that ingredient."

"I use whatever I have in the kitchen: chopsticks, toothpicks, kitchen shears, fruit carving knife, etc. And if I make a mistake, I just eat it!"

"Often times I find myself in a situation where there are ingredients I want to play with but I don’t because I’m really hungry or I don’t want to be rude at restaurants."

"My favorite medium would be ketchup from a ketchup packet, probably because my favorite snack is French fries. The texture is a little easier to manipulate. There’s typically enough ketchup in one packet to do a piece. The most difficult medium has probably been honey due to its consistency. It takes a lot of effort to translate the idea or image into honey."

"I find cooking and baking a form of art and very therapeutic in itself. I hope to develop my skills and take a more artistic approach, but for now I’m satisfied with my plate being my canvas and my chopsticks my paintbrush."

All images are © Copyright of Tisha Cherry

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Seasonal Landscape on Plate by Andrea Bricco

Los Angeles-based food and lifestyle photographer Andrea Bricco created seasonal landscapes on dinner plates where each plate signifies a different season: Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer.

"Food was a big part of my family's life growing up. We were always cooking together as a family and my dad especially made sure my sister and I tried new foods and explored in that area. He even convinced me to bring a lobster tail to Show and Tell when I was a kid, so I guess you could say they didn't deter me, they inspired me."

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New Papercut by Bovey Lee

Pittsburgh-based artist Bovey Lee (previously here) meticulously cuts intricate scenes on large thin sheets of Chinese rice paper.

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Creative Sculptures From Around The World

Check these most inspiring and creative statues from around the world :)

Expansion by Paige Bradley, New York, USA

"So, literally, I took a perfectly good (wax) sculpture– a piece I had sculpted with precision over several months– an image of a woman meditating in the lotus position, and just dropped it on the floor. I destroyed what I made. I was letting it all go. It was scary. It shattered into so many pieces. My first feeling was, “what have I done?!” Then, I trusted it would all come together like I envisioned."

"We cast all the pieces in bronze and assembled the pieces so they floated apart from one another. Then I brought in a lighting specialist and we built a crazy lighting system to make it glow from within."

Mustangs by Robert Glen, Las Colinas, Texas, USA

The Mustangs of Las Colinas, in Irving, the Dallas area, Texas, is the largest equestrian sculpture in the world. They have won Rob many awards. It is a symbol of freedom depicts a young stallion trying his luck at wooing a female from the herd.

Black Ghost by S. Plotnikovas and S. Jurkus., Klaipėda, Lithuania

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People Of The River by Chong Fah Cheong, Singapore

The Monument Of An Anonymous Passerby, Wroclaw, Poland

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Break Through From Your Mold by Zenos Frudakis, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

"I wanted to create a sculpture almost anyone, regardless of their background, could look at and instantly recognize that it is about the idea of struggling to break free. This sculpture is about the struggle for achievement of freedom through the creative process."

"Although there are four figures represented, the work is really one figure moving from left to right. The composition develops from left to right beginning with a kind of mummy/death like captive figure locked into its background. In the second frame, the figure, reminiscent of Michaelangelo’s Rebellious Slave, begins to stir and struggle to escape. The figure in the third frame has torn himself from the wall that held him captive and is stepping out, reaching for freedom. In the fourth frame, the figure is entirely free, victorious, arms outstretched, completely away from the wall and from the grave space he left behind. He evokes an escape from his own mortality."

"In the end, this sculpture is a statement about the artist’s attempt to free himself from the constraints of mortality through a long lasting creative form."

The Headington Shark by John Buckley, Oxford, UK

The Headington Shark is a rooftop sculpture at 2 New High Street, Headington, Oxford, England, depicting a 400kg, 25 feet long shark embedded head-first in the roof of a house.

"The shark was to express someone feeling totally impotent and ripping a hole in their roof out of a sense of impotence and anger and desperation…. It is saying something about CND, nuclear power, Chernobyl and Nagasaki."

De Vaartkapoen by Tom Frantzen, Brussels, Belgium

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Hippo Sculptures, Taipei, Taiwan

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Palm Sculpture by Nyoman Nuarta, Bandung, Indonesia

This sculpture is located at the northern part of Bandung in West Java, Indonesia, infront of NuArt Sculpture Park that primarily exhibits the works of the sculptor Nyoman Nuarta that spans from the beginning of his career to the latest masterpieces.

Mihai Eminescu, Onesti, Romania

Sinking Building Outside State Library, Melbourne, Australia

Wooden Sculptures by Ben Butler

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