These stunning creations caught our eye with their intricate detail, bright decorations and cream-filled centers.
Yen Hoang, a food artist, an author and a businesswoman from Nha Trang, Vietnam, has come up with a creative way by creating edible pictures that insp...
An exact century after the Cabaret Voltaire opened its doors in February 1916, one group performance descendant from Dada and Surrealist sensibilities this Valentine's Day was a performance art extravaganza called LUST, produced by the young New York artist-entertainer, designer and entrepreneur, Abby Hertz.
To celebrate the recent 140th birthday of New York's most magnificent museum, we selected some of our favorite food-related pieces in the Met's collection -- which is online in its entirety, so there goes your afternoon -- and paired them, naturally, with something to eat.
Where you eat and what you eat become one in this colorful series by Taubmans Paint Partners and Ross Lusted.
Don't cry over this.
An epicurean haven has just arrived to London's Somerset House, where a vast array of elBulli-everything is on display for all to see.
Cooking is back. But many in our city still don't have the time or the financial means to dedicate themselves to it on a daily basis.
We've been thrilled at the success of Bill's April/May exhibit at NYC's Chelsea Market.
Thinking about food can sometimes lead to artistic and mathematical insight. Suppose we wish to make a smoothie from apple and blueberry purees. While the question of the perfect balance of flavors is a personal one, we can describe all of the possibilities using elementary math.
Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag Turkish artist Sakir Gökçebag has skillfully re-imagined the idea of food through his series of artworks, w...
That's no moon. Nor is it a mere scoop of ice cream. It's part of a series of ice cream cakes by designers Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien for Häagen-Dazs and the upcoming Christmas season.
Russian artist Sergey Pakhomov takes pasta art to a whole new level. Using his patented pasta-making techniques, Pakhomov creates anything from scale models of planes and tanks, to small pasta towns.