Back in time food was considered a very simple thing. People would consume it in order to survive and they wouldn’t make a big fuss about it. As time went by, food became a form of art and science. People are now studying to become chefs. They use rare and high end ingredients to create dishes that look more like a piece of art than food you can eat. Through Instagram, you can see how imaginative people can get with food and (why not?) maybe become inspired to get a little more creative yourself!
Brittany Wright is the woman who started this instagram trend, which later opened new paths for her.
Brittany has grasped the idea that you first eat with your eyes and knows exactly how to make our eyes open as wide as they can.
She places one type of food at the time based on its size, color and texture, creating very alluring images.
She started using the hashtag #foodgradients and people started noticing her incredible work.
Brittany is a photographer, but wanted to find inspiration outside of her day job, which drove her to cooking.
Cooking has always been a huge part of her life and while working on it, she found a new way to present it elegantly and with even more appeal.
As a trained photographer it didn’t take her a lot of time to start arranging food by color and size.
She now has over 200k followers on Instagram and sells her food gradients in various printed forms.
Food is not just for consumption. Like every other material in the world, food can also be used in creative and unique ways and be presented as a form of art that no other resembles.