We all know that, nowadays, food and cuisine is not just about taste, it’s also about look. That’s why food became a kind of art, to astonish the clients at a restaurant or your guests at home. In Japan designer Eiko Mori moved to the next level extending this art to bread. Thanks to Eiko Mori, breakfast and snacks can get a new life and people who see his toasts may prefer to admire rather than eat them.
Across the years Japan got us used to charming and creative ways to decorate and show food. But this time this stylist found a way to transform a meaningless bread to something really charming, happy and playful.
Thanks to colourful ingredients and stunning imagination and skills, Eiko Mori literally uses bread as her canvas. With the use of just a toothpick, a spoon and a miniature piping bag (made from parchment paper), she creates lovely designs no one could resist to.
Judge by yourself. If you get invited by Eiko Mori to have breakfast with her, you may be delighted with some of her mesmerizing creations.
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You can discover all her creations on Instagram.
Do you feel hungry now? Would you eat some of these toasts?