For a creative artist, the most important thing is not technology or skills, but the inspiration in her mind. Canvas and paintbrush are only tools, and you can create your art works with everything you thought. Red Hong Yi proved that you could paint and play with delicious food materials.
Hong Yi is a Malaysian artist and dream chaser, she claimed she likes to paint, but not with a paintbrush. She created a tasty gallery of fun illustration and posted them on her Instagram. Each portrait was comprised entirely of food, and the only backdrop was a white plate. The project contains animals, landscapes, pop culture and even a complicated celebrity portrait. Her Instagram is definitely worth checking out, and it goes here:Â http://instagram.com/redhongyi
If you like this style of yammy art, you could have a try with your latest food. Maybe you cannot be so professional, but whatever, just playing with your food, and we believe you will have fun with it.
I can’t help falling in love with you, artwork for Valentine’s Day
Owl-nion! Why I’m feeling like crying?
Carnivore vs herbivore. Beef or spinach, that’s the question.
Creativity with food. Saw a dragon in my dragon fruit.
Tropical fruit pufferfish, made of 4 different fruits from Southeast Asia: Durian, longan, chiku, and pomelo.
TheseÂ Louis Vuitton monogram mushrooms must be expensive!
A healthy salad Christmas tree idea, you have to try this!
Goldfish in my consomme, and goldfish is made of pickled ginger.
Red cabbage Marchesa Salad.
Tiny tutus. Just like the spotlight effect for the ballerinas.
Field of tulips. Tulips are made of chilli padi, or baby chillis.Â
Another way to present salad, do you see the cucumber?
An apple tree made of chills and salad.
Portrait of Philadelphian chef Marc Plessis made of beets, potatoes, carrots, onions, lettuce, mushrooms, prawns amd asparagus.
The skyline of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city.
Finally, thank you. The end ofÂ 31 Days of Creativity with Food.