Food can be the ultimate storyteller and if you put your mind to it, every meal can be a work of art.
We had a chat with New York born artist Harley Langberg, 30, who has taken the value of food as art to new heights about how he exactly does this.
Langberg has been creating edible images of art for the last six years. He enjoys creating food art and working with brands whenever he has the opportunity.
“I started making food art six years ago. My first piece was inspired by the street artist Banksy using eggplant and bell peppers. Using the picture of the actual Banksy work as reference, I went to my kitchen and created my first food art using the ingredients, a knife, a toothpick, and a white dinner plate”
“ Food art started out as something just for fun but now I have a mission of inspiring people to be creative, pursue their passions, and appreciate art in all forms. I also have worked with over twenty prominent brands and sell my prints so it has become a side business for me”, says Langberg.