Design, Food, Inspiration

Food Typography by Danielle Evans

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Food and typography are 2 of my greatest loves in life (after cats) and when a friend showed me the work of designer and illustrator Danielle Evans I was smitten. Using ingredients such as curry powder, chili, coffee and flour to create her designs, she sculpts the products by hand into unique typographic designs.

My favourite quote from her “There is something really exciting about working really hard on something and just obliterating it at the end, it’s so much fun.” I often get that same feeling after slaving over an elegantly decorated cake for hours and then watching someone jam a knife in it and demolish it. Ok, sometimes it’s a little upsetting ;D

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  • Reply talkandspoon August 12, 2013 at 9:18 pm

    hey swah! can’t believe i’ve only just started browsing your blog – what i’ve missed out on! i really love typography too, and combining that with food makes for such beautiful images. would happily have one of those photos framed in my kitchen. x

    • Reply Swah August 13, 2013 at 4:54 pm

      Aw thank you Ellen! I would LOVE to have these framed in my kitchen too :) I’m going to have a sticky beak at your blog now! x

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