Marjon and Sandra visited the DesignHuis in Eindhoven a little while ago where the exhibition 'De Etende Mens' or 'The eating Person' is currently showing. The exhibition is curated by well-known food designer Marije Vogelzang and organised by Premsala.
The Eating Person is about exploring the link between people, design, food and the origins of what we eat - with topics ranging from global farming systems to the potential of laboratory-grown meat. You will find the work from international designers, photojournalists and artists including Marti Guixe, Peter Menzel, and Koen van Mechelen.
If you are in the Netherlands this exhibition is definitely worth going to and you still have some time ... open until 13 January 2013.
Sainsbury Chicken by Artúr van Balen
Voedseltje spelen by Tomm Velthuis
I realize that I am not the only one that has a huge crush on Nikole Herriott from Herriott Grace - I know I've mentioned her many times, but there is something truly authentic about Nikole that you don't always feel in this design loving everyone at each others heels world. A good percentage of that is due to her father, Lance. He brings that level of pure and genuine craftsmanship in character, as well as in skill, that pushes it all to the surface and makes you sit back and smile. You know what I mean? It is hard for me to explain, but you'll get it once you've viewed the sneak peek of Nikole's film about Herriott Grace (video clip above).
Nikole also started a series on her blog, called For the Love of Pie, which has become an instant favorite of mine...because who doesn't love a series that celebrates back to the basic pie making? That's just delicious. - Tiffany King
Visual artist and painter Ina Boonekamp-Arends has a huge passion for food. For more than a decade Ina has surrounded herself with everything food-related in the widest creative sense possible. And has worked with food designers like Marije Vogelzang from Proef and Katja Gruijters.
A little while ago she launched her website All You Eat is Art where you can find her prints and a link to her blog, Food Inspiration Shower, bringing you wonderful collages of food art from Ina's daily researches into food creativity.
I really love her prints and believe they are perfect for a kitchen, dining-room or outdoor space.
I am sure inside most of us there is a desire to create really gorgeous cakes. Where their taste is as equal to their beauty. That is why I have such a crush on shops like Potter + Butler, they make wonderfully fun cake and cupcake toppers. I love to bake, it is something I do to relax. But I'd like to improve on the presentation of it all, and having lovely cake toppers would surely do that.
Via B:Studio I met Kathrin Koschitzki and ever since we had email contact I am following everything this German lady does. She is so inspiring ... her pictures, her thoughts about food and her styling are just totally up my alley ... wow I 'm jealous wishing i could make things like this.
PHOTISSERIE is the name of Kathrin's blog and here she shows the culinary adventures and discoveries of the photographer and Patissière 'Kathreinerle' ... i loved this "Peas' series but you must have a look at the Caramel and foret-noire series too... Read More >>>
After her study in Germany in France Kathrin now works as a freelance photographer in Munich and specializes in foodphotography. I am seriously considering ordering some of her Fine Art prints here at Editions. Do you love her work too?