Now, distancing yourself from restaurant culture doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to go hungry.
The launch of the first ever limited edition bottle of Perrier-Jouët’s Belle Époque cuvee reinterpreted by the renowned Japanese floral artist Makoto Azuma
Limited Edition Penfolds Ampoule; Strictly For Wine Lovers
Tel Aviv-based artist Shay Aaron constructs incredible miniaturized food sculptures at 1:12 scale that look almost completely edible.
All photos by Kattie Quinn Davies
Andy Ellison works at the BU medical school in Boston where he frequently works with a research-only MRI scanner. Over the past few months he’s been sharing some fantastic animated gifs of his calibration and quality control scans using assorted fruits, vegetables and other plants.
Ceramic creature cups by design group Yumi-Yumi out of Brookyln. At the base of each mug rests an animal that’s slowly revealed as you consume your tasty beverage.
Kkis is brought to you by Yorb Design and is sweet like a kiss. An innovative design which brings a refreshment to any buffet or table presentation.
The cake was displayed as the centerpiece for a drinks and canapés reception held in Paris.
Big Appetites: Miniature People Living in a World of Giant Food by Christopher Boffoli
Terra Cibus: Food Photographed with A Scanning Electron Microscope by Caren Alpert
Toronto’s latest TA-ZE store, at 120 Adelaide Street West, is only 800 square feet in size, but it is airy and uncluttered. TA-ZE is a chain of retail stores focusing on premium olive oils and related product.
iPhone Sensors Test If Your Food is Really Organic
A pastry shop in Athens looking mysterious adds extra flavour to sweet treats. According to principal architect Kois Stelios, the Sweet Alchemy shop design was inspired by ancient mysticism practiced in laboratories to uncover the powers of rare crystals and potions.