Barilla, the Italian and European food company wishes you a Happy New Year in their new creative ad. The pasta fireworks graphic could also be recycled for 4th of July (in the States). What are your thoughts on the design? Credits: Y&R Ad Agency, Italy via adsoftheworld
ART AND FOOD COMBINE AT IMEDAY EXHIBIT & PERFORMANCE AT ALLEGRA LAVIOLA GALLERY Jennifer Catron and Paul Outlaw: Imeday Imeday Ollarday Icklenay, is an extraordinary performance combined with a sumptuous dinner party experience. This exhibition transforms the Allegra LaViola Gallery into a banquet hall of epic proportions, combining performance and cuisine. The gallery will host six [...]
Katie Shelly, a multimedia visual artist based in New York City, has a different approach to the standard way of conveying a recipe. Instead of the standard (boring) list of ingredients and instructions, she instead goes the pictorial route which adds visual fun and grabs your attention. As Kelly states these recipes are not meant to [...]
SALLY MANN: THE FLESH AND THE SPIRIT EXHIBITION AT VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS This will be the first exhibition VMFA has ever presented of one of Virginia’s most celebrated contemporary artists, Sally Mann. The exhibition which opens November 13, 2010 and runs through January 23, 2011, focuses on the theme of the body and emphasizes [...]
Photographer Carl Warner’s unique images utilize a very unique item. Upon first quick glance it’s not apparent, but wait, is that…a cabbage? Indeed it is. Warner uses foods from potatoes, cabbages, asparagus, fruits, to cheese to design these photographic foodscapes.
As if we all need another reason to eat chocolate…a little known Foodie “holiday” gives us one more reason. Today is National White Chocolate Day. In honor of this sweet day we give a recipe that is sure to leave a great taste in your mouth. Celebrate with this delish dessert and forget about your [...]
Those juicy hamburgers and tacos in fast food ads sure look appetizing don’t they? Well, in reality they don’t. Check out the difference between advertising and the reality of what you get. Don’t be fooled. Watch how a food stylist fakes makes the burger only “look” scrummy. via