We just want to reach out and grab these sweet candy paintings by Californian artist Jeanne Vadeboncoeur. The amazingly photo-realistic series of Gummie bears entitled: 'Tumble Gummies' really do look good enough to eat. In the series the iconic jelly bears stand around in quirky poses, either lined up or in pairs. Some of the expressive Gummie bears even look like they are lost deep in though.
Jeanne Vadeboncoeur is a 32-year-old artist from California. Her work focuses on everyday edible objects like donuts, cupcakes, eggs and even a stunningly realistic depiction of the plastic honey bear containers. Her whimsical, playful images provide a breath of fresh air and we're sure Jeanne's craftsmanship and ability to create photo-realistic imagery with paint is sure to have her in high demand.
These Photo-realistic Sweet Paintings are Good Enough to Eat
1. Realistic Candy Art - Creating photo-realistic paintings of candy opens up opportunities for unique art installations and gallery exhibits.
2. Whimsical Food Art - Exploring everyday edible objects as subjects for art can inspire new avenues for food-themed marketing campaigns.
3. Playful Edible Imagery - The use of food as a medium for artistic expression can spark innovative collaborations between artists and chefs.
1. Art - The art industry can leverage realistic candy art to attract new audiences and generate interest in contemporary art.
2. Food and Beverage - Food and beverage businesses can partner with artists to create buzzworthy food-themed campaigns and product collaborations.
3. Hospitality and Events - Hotels, restaurants, and event planners can incorporate whimsical food art installations to enhance guest experiences and create memorable moments.