Category Archives: Playing with food

Stuart the Apple Tree

I had the pleasure of making this illustration for a story by Tracy Wang, creator of the lovely I am the First Bite website, filled with stories for children that are accompanied by delicious looking recipes. You can read the … Continue reading

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Flowers for the new year

Happy New Year! Already almost a week into 2013.¬†Here are some belated well-wishing avians and some cake to celebrate. Auspicious cake, cake that strives to get everything it aims for in the new year. May your year be similar to … Continue reading

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Tea leaves messages

Mysterious signs found upon finishing my green tea:

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Carrot lion!

The lion made of carrots. Oh dear oh dear the hypnotic effect of tiny carrot triangles.

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The Potato Peel Brothers

After all those posts blissfully free from peelings, my time-wasting ways reveal themselves again. I am on holiday and eating lots, so here is some food to share: the potato peel brothers ~

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Asparagus peels are pearly and irresistible

I have been working on some things of organic (they are green)/ avian (they involve feathers)/ mystical (…actually not mystical at all) nature, but until I’ve finished them, I present you with the mysterious and alluring asparagus jellyfish! Also some … Continue reading

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The dreaded butternut squash rears its head again

While I am working on some stuff, here is the butternut squash monster (by popular demand – he is a very wanted fellow)! He’s intimidating at first, but once you see him from a different angle he’s just like a … Continue reading

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