If you are addicted to cooking shows, you already know that most of the time, chefs and restaurant crews are quite uncompromising, and do not miss an opportunity to get the bad guys out. In the restaurant business, the pressure rises very quickly and the tension is constantly present.
If the craziest cakes you've seen in your life are the mounted wedding pieces, then the artist of the day may be taking off your jaw. Because here, it is no longer a question of keeping the classic shape of the cake but more of creating the impossible with life-size reproductions of animals and other scenes of everyday life.
Bamboo has the distinction of offering a wide range of choices in terms of colors, textures and materials. The sculptor Noriyuki Saitoh can thus have fun with this material and make unique each of his works. A complexity that is obviously not afraid of this Japanese artist who seems animated by the challenge.
When you decide to stop using something, but you still have plenty of it, what is the right way to use it? For the A & W Canada chain of restaurants, the answer was obvious: "recycle" all the remaining straws in stock, and turn them into a beautiful sculpture!
Do you know basketry? No, it is not a matter of making fun of others, but rather the art of creating objects of all kinds by weaving plant fibers together. An art mastered rather well the artist of which we will speak to you today. Originally from the UK, Anna & the Willow (yes, that's her "stage name") is an artist who makes incredible sculptures out of woven willow stems.
Cape Town for the UK to meet Vipula Athukorale, a chef from the city of Leicester who creates absolutely impressive sculptures using only butter. Specifically, he uses the most famous substitute of butter: margarine. Among his most incredible creations, we find an amazing reproduction of a battle scene from the First World War.