Giant Food Art: Jolita Vaitkute’s Work Disappears From Certain Angle


Here’s a new perspective on food: this giant food art by Lithuanian artists Emilija Vinžanovaitė and Jolita Vaitkutė (previously) only emerges as such when seen from a certain angle. The pair uses desserts, condiments, spices, and cheese to create their giant food art pieces, which include famous faces, animals – for example a bee made of fruits that are “just a small part of food diversity that humanity loses if bees disappear” – and street scenes, and can measure up to four metres.

More info: Jolita Vaitkutė, Facebook (h/t: finedininglovers, boredpanda)

img src=”” alt=”16″ width=”650″ height=”433″ class=”alignnone size-full wp-image-808634″ />

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Leave Your Comment Below

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Godzilla And Fellow Kaiju Monsters Apologise At Japanese Press Conference For Acts Of Destruction
BlizzCon Community Showcase Won By Amazing WoW Bolvar Fordragon Cosplay
Traces Of Love And Personal Connections In Geometric Abstraction By Haris Lithos
This Makeup Artist Transforms Herself Into Various Celebrities And Popular Characters
Pedro Pires Sculpts Large-Scale Skull Using 140 Life Vests And Rubber From A Refugee Dinghy
Awkward 1970s Male Fashion
This Novelty Pillow Lets You Sleep An A Gorilla’s Chest
Pantone Have Announced Their Two Colours Of The Year For 2016
Light Up Your Dreams with Sturlesidesign’s Abstract Night Lights
Head Back To The 80s With Chris Mcveigh's LEGO Retro Desk Kits
Design Duo Creates Chairs Inspired By The Human Anatomy
The Pastry Chef From St. Petersburg Bakes Cakes In The Form Of KFC Wings, Chinese Noodles & Dead Pigeons
Badass Steampunk Skull Rocker Leather Waist And Holster Bag
Forrest Gump Rear Wiper Decal
Amazing Surreal And Glitchy Ceramic Artworks By Keiko Masumoto
Superb Paper Art Creations Of The Contemporary Artist Bianca Severijns
The Stunning Beauty Of London Floors Or Why You Should Look Down While Travelling
Tokyo Lights Up At Night In New Glow-In-The-Dark Furoshiki Scarf
Caterina Rossato’s 3D Layered Postcard Landscapes
Thousands of Colored LEDs Turn Dutch Farmland Into Nighttime Wonderland
Superhero Bookshelves By Turkish Artist Burak Doğan
You Can Sit And Hide Inside This HUSH Pod By Freyja Sewell
Lifelike Sculpted Figures And Immersive Monochrome Environments By Hans Op De Beeck
This Illustrator Turns The Berlin Wall Into Art In A Way You've Never Seen Before
'Game Of Thrones' and 'League Of Legends 'Inspired Jewelry Made Out Of Scrap Metal
Gigantic Straw Dinosaurs Take Over Chinese Village
Two Culinary Students Made Gigantic, Chocolate Covered Rock Candy Geodes
A Minimal, Multi-Colored Keyboard That Would Brighten Up Your Work Day
Italian Artist Recreates Famous Roman Emperors Through His Realistic Sculptures
"Human Nature": A Stupefying Installation By Rikato Nagashima