The talented Ioana Vanc has given us some spoonfuls of art to eat up. Her miniature edible compositions use a large serving spoon as their backdrop and are incredibly impressive.
Edible Art by Ioana Vanc
An architect in Arad, Romania, Ioana loves food, art, interior design and photography. Having already mastered chocolate cocoa powder art, she is now peeling apples, cutting carrots, ripping apart radishes and examining eggplants – all to create tiny portraits, adorable animals and landscapes upon a spoon.
She enjoys making small art pieces using everyday objects and says it relaxes her. She claims that she wants to push herself to be more creative and make her food art more interesting and fun. I think she’s pretty much there already. Take a look.
Parrots made of apple, cucumber, eggplant, orange and bread crust:
Batman made of eggplant, apple and ham:
Chameleon made of cucumber, apple, orange peel, kohlrabi and bread crust:
Red crowned cranes standing in shallow water made of kohlrabi, cucumber, apple and black radish:
Iris Apfel made of black radish, cucumber, ham and apple:
Grasshopper made of cucumber and bread crust:
Lazy Red Panda made of white and black eggplant, bread crust and pear:
Zebras in the wild made of apple, cucumber, eggplant, kiwi and kohlrabi:
Elephant Safari at Sunset made of carrots, apple and black radish:
Karl Lagerfeld made of eggplant, ham, apple and kohlrabi:
Kermit the frog made of pear and apple:
Little Houses made of radish, carrot, apple and kohlrabi:
Audrey Hepburn made of black radish:
Pandas made of eggplant, cheese and cucumber:
Penguins of Madagascar made of black radish, carrot, ham, black peppercorns and poppy seeds:
Radish flowers made of radishes:
Keep up with the edible art by Ioana Vanc by following her Instagram account