31 Days of Creativity With Food by Red

For each of the 31 days in March, Malaysian artist and architect Hong Yi (aka Red) will be posting a photograph of an artwork she made with food on instagram.

So far Red’s creations include a tiger made of chopped carrots, white radish and prunes, a bouquet of balloons made with cherry tomatoes, and an adaptation of “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Hokusai Katsushika made with rice on nori.

[See portrait made with 750 pairs of socks and this huge portrait made with coffee cup stains for past artwork made by Red.]

Day 1: Watermelon floating on a sea of seeds31-days-of-food-creativity-red-1

Day 2: The Scream by Edvard Munch31-days-of-food-creativity-red-2

Day 3: A garden with a lemon sun31-days-of-food-creativity-red-3

Day 4: “Pray for Sabah” (Sabah is the Malaysian state  on Bomeo island that Hong Yi is from. She has recreated the island with soy sauce to raise awareness of the violent battle that is taking place there now)

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Day 5: “Sonny, if anything, just stay far far away from Colonel Sanders.”31-days-of-food-creativity-red-5

Day 6: “All you need is love…” Balloons made from cherry tomatos31-days-of-food-creativity-red-6

Day 7: Adaptation of “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Hokusai Katsushika made with rice on nori31-days-of-food-creativity-red-7

Day 8: “Saw a dragon in my dragon fruit today!”31-days-of-food-creativity-red-8

Day 9:  “Hello there, Richard Parker!” Tiger made of chopped carrots, white radish and prunes.31-days-of-food-creativity-red-9