ANIMAL GRAFFITI

This piece questions what is considered art today (hint: almost anything decorative). The leaf was carved by aphids while the background was marked by snails, with some participation from the human animal. While the insect and snail’s purpose wasn’t reflective, something “interesting” was created. I thus consider this art. “Animal Graffiti” will be featured in […]

acidity (TV set art) (5)

Of note: This information graphic artwork is part of a series featured in Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Refer to the post Quick & Easy (Food) Science Art! to read about the governing process and all the topics […]

maillard reaction (TV set art) (4)

Of note: This information graphic artwork is part of a series featured in Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Refer to the post Quick & Easy (Food) Science Art! to read about the governing process and all the topics […]

emulsion (TV set art) (2)

Of note: This information graphic artwork is part of a series featured in Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Refer to the post Quick & Easy (Food) Science Art! to read about the governing process and all the topics […]

viscosity (TV set art) (1)

Of note: This information graphic artwork is part of a series featured in Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Refer to the post Quick & Easy (Food) Science Art! to read about the governing process and all the topics […]

quick & easy (food) science art!

This post discusses the process behind designing the edible (food) science illustrations (Viscosity, Emulsion, Elasticity, Maillard Reaction and Acidity) that were featured in the Top Chef Masters “Blinded Me With Science” Episode. (Shots with the art: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Photos 15-26). Basically, I was in charge of the whole design […]

unmaking

The process of making something doesn’t end with a finished product, but with the end of the product. Looking at the entire life of something made means to look at its life-cycle. William McDonough devoted an entire book, Cradle to Cradle, to explain the necessity of this holistic approach to achieving a true ecological balance. […]