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Tatiana Shkondina’s Food Art


Tatiana Shkondina’s Food Art

Careful Arrangements and Tasteful Compositions

nathan
Tue, 12/19/2017 – 17:09

Food stylist and photographer Tatiana Shkondina took a tasteful approach to reimagining some of her favorite pieces from Warhol, Dali, and Picasso using a tasty smattering of ingredients including black cuttlefish pasta, caviar, and four different types of cabbage. Along with Dmitry Malutin and Sasha Tivanov, the Russian creative took care to match the origins of each ingredient with an artist’s personal background: Hokusai’s “South Wind, Clear Sky”, for example, paired salmon with green tea and rice in celebration of the many foods of Japan. 

Shkondina is part of a larger revolution within the food industry. Edibles are a quickly-emerging field for creative and visual innovation, with young designers, stylists, and photographers turning to that which is tasty. See more from the forefront of the industry in our book Visual Feast

Food art by Tatiana Shkondina
Food art by Tatiana Shkondina
Food art by Tatiana Shkondina
Food art by Tatiana Shkondina
Food art by Tatiana Shkondina
Food art by Tatiana Shkondina
Food art by Tatiana Shkondina
Food art by Tatiana Shkondina
Food art by Tatiana Shkondina

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