There are different kinds of art. One kind requires a longer look, until you finally realize its subtleties and charms. Another kind is immediate. We are almost overtaken by a feeling of admiration and awe, completely powerless before its talent and creativity.
Artist Amorette Dye, who works her magic under the name Sakurako Kitsa, she has been featured on Gourmet magazine’s website, Geeknews, CBC Radio’s blog, Le Monde’s website, and elsewhere. She has contributed to the books Face Food by Christopher Salyers and 501 Bento Lunches, from Korero Books
When food is going to look like work of art, then what are we supposed to eat? Sakurako Kitsa photographed the ‘Food Art’ before someone munched it off.
Better than any any description, these images speak for themselves.