Nir Adar Makes Sphere-Shaped Edible Artworks

By: Peter Vallas - Published: Mar 7, 2011 • References: niradar & junk-culture
Nir Adar is chef, food stylist and artist based in New York City. His expertise and passion for food combined with his creative capabilities as an artist allow him to create amazing, edible artwork.

The work by Nir Adar has gotten him in various magazines and taken him coast to coast to show off his one-of-a-kind works of art. Many of his food styling has also been the base of advertisements for various products. One of his latest pieces is not for advertisements, but just for pure fun and to show off his food-styling experience.

In this latest series, Nir Adar takes food such as tomatoes, octopus, cabbage and even M&Ms and turns them into miniature, edible globes. Both odd and spectacular, these pieces by Nir Adar are a real treat. Stats for Rolling Food Sculptures Trending: Older & Warm
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