I’ve always been a fan of food art and I love the “I-cake” created by famous artist Marti Guixé. The cakes are in the form of pie charts indicating the percentage of ingredients used. Although Guixé produced the I-cakes a while ago I think they deserve to have an even wider audience, besides looking at them makes me smile and who knows, they might even help me to get over my fear of maths … Here are some images of my other favourite pieces: image two shows “Olive Atomic Snack” a three dimensional tapas piece in the form of an atomic model; image three presents “Ricewine Bottle Performance” a bottle of sake with a towel label and edible snack that takes the form of a cork; image four “Organic 20th century green peas” the peas are engraved with images of iconic 20th century women; image five is the Oranienbaum Lollipop, an orange lollipop with a seed encased inside. To activate immediate and spontaneous reforestation just spit the seed out once the lollipop is finished! Take a look at Guixé’s cook book “A Meta-Territorial Cuisine” published by Imschoot Uitgevers and “Food Designing” published by Corraini Edizioni, with both books featuring the wonderful photography of Inga Knölke. Have a peek at the site to re-visit this inspirational artist and for more food art ideas.