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10 Picture-Perfect Artistic Creations Made From Food

Canadian artist Lauren Purnell proves that playing with your food (scraps and all) can be an art form.
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On her blog, Culinary Canvas, Canadian artist Lauren Purnell proves that playing with your food (scraps and all) can be an art form by turning fruits, veggies, and commonly trashed skins and rinds into colorful tableaus: a bicycle with blood orange slices as tires, a watermelon sailboat riding a blueberry wave. Well plated.





Happy Mother's Day to all the lovely mothers out there!!! Made from : Little bits and pieces in my fridge ;) #culinarycanvas

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Today is World Penguin Day!!! So here's a #repost of my aubergine penguins.

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Happy #ValentinesDay everyone! Aubergine + Red & Yellow Peppers #CulinaryCanvas

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A look back at a previous #MothersDay piece made from melon skin! Hope everyone has had a lovely day!

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Happy Birthday to Big Ben! Squash + Avocado Skin + Pepper #London #CulinaryCanvas

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Off for a weekend getaway! Palm Tree : Pineapple #culinarycanvas @lopurnell

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'Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee' #RIPMuhammadAli

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#throwback to last week's Panda piece! aubergine + parsley #culinarycanvas #tbt #panda

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