Artist & Chief Daniele Barresi Carves Out A Unique Space Between Food And Art – Design You Trust

Artist & Chief Daniele Barresi Carves Out A Unique Space Between Food And Art

One man who knows this all too well is Sydney-based carving chef, Daniele Barresi.

Hailing from Bagnara Calabra in the southern Italian region of Calabria, Daniele is revered in his motherland and across the world for his stunning creations which he carves into anything from fruit and vegetables to soap and cheese.

Daniele can transform a pumpkin into a phoenix or a fruit into a delicate flower with a single knife and a whole lot of imagination.

“I want to know what people think when they see something new like a snake on a watermelon,” he says.

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