We all love food art, not only for its taste but also the different kind of shapes and colors it can be augmented into. The way food looks really tingles our taste buds, and that is the universal code all around the world. Being inspired by miniature creations and the love for food, Minnesota-based artist Kimberly Burke has created hyper-realistic food art which looks mouth-watering. She has made a long list of food from polymer clay at a scale of 1:12. The detailing on these food art items are simply amazing and look no less than their real-life counterparts.
All these food items are so small they can be balanced on your fingertip. Kimberly uses photographs from every angle of the food that she emulates in these clay models. The details are added using needles, razor blades and rock impressions for texture. To add color, she uses chalk pastels.
For people who are artistic, they can give it a go and make their own miniature food art. While the ones who are not can buy some of the miniature food art from Kimberly’s Etsy Shop. In the meanwhile, check out some of the most eye-catching miniature food art by her.