Artist ‘Red’ Hong Yi Creates Beautiful Food Art Project on Instagram [Gallery]

NEW YORK | Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 2:02am EDT

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.

  • Day 10: I found 4 dogs in my oreos! Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/InstagramDay 10: I found 4 dogs in my oreos! Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/Instagram
  • Day 9:  ”Hello there, Richard Parker!” Tiger made of chopped carrots, white radish and prunes. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/InstagramDay 9: ”Hello there, Richard Parker!” Tiger made of chopped carrots, white radish and prunes. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/Instagram
  • Day 8: “Saw a dragon in my dragon fruit today!”. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/InstagramDay 8: “Saw a dragon in my dragon fruit today!”. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/Instagram
  • Day 7: Adaptation of “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Hokusai Katsushika made with rice on nori. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/InstagramDay 7: Adaptation of “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Hokusai Katsushika made with rice on nori. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/Instagram
  • Day 6: ”All you need is love…” Balloons made from cherry tomatos. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/InstagramDay 6: ”All you need is love…” Balloons made from cherry tomatos. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/Instagram
  • Day 5: “Sonny, if anything, just stay far far away from Colonel Sanders. ”Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/InstagramDay 5: “Sonny, if anything, just stay far far away from Colonel Sanders. ”Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/Instagram
  • 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). Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/InstagramDay 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). Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/Instagram
  • Day 3: A garden with a lemon sun. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/InstagramDay 3: A garden with a lemon sun. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/Instagram
  • Day 2: The Scream by Edvard Munch. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/InstagramDay 2: The Scream by Edvard Munch. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/Instagram
  • Day 1: Watermelon floating on a sea of seeds. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/InstagramDay 1: Watermelon floating on a sea of seeds. Photo and caption: Red Hong Yi/Instagram

Malaysian artist Hong Yi, who also goes by the name “Red,” has started a fun food art project on Instagram, where she already has nearly 2,500 followers.

For each day during the month of March, Red posts a different artistic image made entirely out of food, with a white plate as her backdrop. She started the project in order to push herself to be more creative, she wrote on Facebook.

Follow her on Instagram here and see more of her work here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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