CrEaTiVe FooD ArT

Since it’s a midweek, I crave for something light and easy. How about you?

Let’s enjoy some food art by our very own Malaysian, Samantha Lee. Her work is featured in the Rocketnews24.com, an English version of a Japanese-language news blog.

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Like I said before in the previous article, “As much as I enjoy the artistic aspect of food art, my preference still goes to the practical type of food art like those ideas from Japanese bento boxes for children – it looks attractive and is a complete meal”.

To me, it is the “ultimatum” factor which I seek for in a food art design. I wish to enjoy a complete meal from a design, otherwise it defeats the purpose to be visually appealing. Would you agree with me?

Back to our Malaysian artist, Samantha Lee; I think she got it right in her designs if you browse through her portfolio. It’s just too bad the food is not for me therefore I can’t get to taste or savour the flavours. 🙂

I bumped into a few more categories that will surely satisfy the taste of both teens and adults, especially for aficionados. Check this one out and that one too, if you are a horror movie aficionado who is always looking for the next bet of horror film, why not try expanding the horizon of creativity to food art as well.

What do you think? An occasional change of visual presentation won’t harm you, right? 😉

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