Amazing Food Art By Anna Keville Joyce – Design You Trust

Amazing Food Art By Anna Keville Joyce


Meet the woman who has made playing with food her job and creates incredible pieces of edible art. From city landmarks to colorful animals, Anna Keville Joyce lets her imagination run wild as she creates a series of intricate art works made entirely from food.

More info: Anna Keville Joyce, Instagram, Behance


Using anything from vegetables to sausages, Annas pieces are so detailed that at first glance it is difficult to tell what they are made from. But 28-year-old Anna solves this by surrounding her complete pieces with the foods she used. Even though the American artist, who lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, can spend up to six hours decorating one plate, her artworks usually perish after only a few hours.


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