Luda Galchenko Edible Typography is Made Entirely from Sweets

By: Misel Saban - Published: Jul 13, 2014 • References: &
Russian art director Luda Galchenko reconstructs familiar letters from the English alphabet out of sugary goodies in her latest work titled 'Piece of Cake.'

Galchenko stylishly plays around with various sugary sweets to spell out the words 'Piece of Cake.' The series features a combination of typographic food constructions coupled with delicate photography composition. Galchenko recreated each of the letters from a wide variety of delicious foods many crave when the have a sweet tooth. For example, the letter I is made from a dripping raspberry sorbet ice cream cone and one of the letter E's is made from three red lollipops. Each of the letters features a monochromatic white color scheme that is visually striking to look at against the mint green backdrop. Stats for Delicious Confectionery Typefaces Trending: Older & Average
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