But only if you can make it look as good as this!
While most of us are likely to admit that they were scolded for “playing” with food, it seems like the same didn’t apply to prominent food stylist Anna Keville Joyce.
As strange as it sounds, Joyce chose this unique career path and has so far managed to take the art of food illustration to a whole new level with true culinary masterpieces. The American artist, who is based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, uses her food in very many inventive ways to create all manners of spectacular imageries imaginable.
The 28-year-old uses any type of food from vegetables to spaghetti sauce to create some of the most astonishing food art you’ll ever come across. Joyce admits that she has do a thorough background research on what she wants to create depending on whether the project is personal or commissioned by one of her many clients.
“When I have an interesting concept whether it’s a personal project or a commissioned piece, I tend to gather as many references as possible in terms of smell, taste, sound, texture, literature and mainly, its visual appeal. With all these, it becomes easier to create a draft and the final project, which highlights and celebrates all these features,” Joyce said.
Her keen sense to food art compositions that come with excessive attention to detail and creativity has enabled her to gain international attention with worldwide clients including: Nickelodeon, Coca Cola, Möet Hennessy, Netflix, Westin Hotel, ELLE China and Condé Nast among others.
Through her astonishing food art, Joyce may have just ignited a new revolution that shows that playing with our food is actually ok.