chocolate sculptures, art and packaging
Seductive Assortment, 2005, 51" X 49" X 5"
Artist Peter Anton’s boxes of chocolates look good enough to eat, but you’d better not. The heart-shaped and rectangular boxes of confectionary treats are actually oversized mixed media sculptures. While you may find yourself salivating at the pieces, they are meant to digest with the eyes, not the stomach. (more…)
Onza Ceramic Tiles were designed by Alberto Sánchez of MUT for Spanish tile manufacturer Peronda’s most irresistible line. The white, grey or terracotta ceramic wall tiles were inspired by chocolate bars. (more…)
Master Mirco Della Vecchia, Italy’s foremost chocolatier (or chocolate artisan), produced thirteen world landmarks hand-made entirely from chocolate, with only the use of chisels, for the Chocolate World Heritage Exhibition in Hong Kong. (more…)
You my recall my post about “chocolatexture”, the 2015 creation by Japanese design firm nendo that was based on the theme of chocolate but with diverse textures and different tastes…
I’ve seen a lot of cake art, but these take the….well, you know. What look strikingly like chic clutch purses aren’t purses at all. They are incredible, entirely edible purse-shaped cakes that are completely fondant-free, preservative-free and made with only the finest, real ingredients. (more…)