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Amazing Food art! Check Out Unique edible paintings

Amazing Food art! Check Out Unique edible paintings 36

From berries and fruits, vegetables and greens, coffee beans, toast and omelette Daryna Kossar, designer and photographer from Kiev, creates colorful, live and appetizing paintings, portraits of celebs and even logos of famous companies. A plate or a piece of bread often acts as a canvas and in the role of paints – fruits, berries, jams and oil.

At first it was a hobby. The talented food photographer delighted her fans with edible creations on Instagram and YouTube. Then she received a commercial offer from an American company engaged in PR musicians. Daryna Kossar was proposed to create a portrait of singer Katie Perry from white and dark chocolate and fruit, which was needed to promote the new album. Check out these unique edible paintings below:

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Мильфея 🍒 #shotoniphone

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Прекрасная Лилит 🌿 @litsarkisian #illustrationlunch_lilit #dakotasky_art

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Frida Kahlo 🌺 #dakotasky_art

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