Jan 29, 2019
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Painting with Food by Red Hong Yi

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Red Hong Yi likes to paint, just not with a paintbrush. Last year, Red challenged herself to create a new food portrait ever day for the entire month of March. Red has continued the tasty series which she shares on her wildly popular Instagram and Facebook pages.

Below you will find a small gallery of her most recent food art. Be sure to check her out at the links below for her latest. Food is just one of the many materials she’s used in her paintings. her website is definitely worth checking out, you won’t believe what else she’s used to create her wonderful works of art!

 

 

 

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Artwork by RED HONG YI
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Red cabbage and mayonnaise

 

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Artwork by RED HONG YI
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Goldfish made of pickled ginger, eyeballs made of century eggs, grass made of dill and jelly made of chicken consommé and gelatine

 

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Artwork by RED HONG YI
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Artwork by RED HONG YI
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Body: Durian; eye: longan; tail/fin: chiku; water: pomelo

 

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Artwork by RED HONG YI
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Tulips made from baby chilis

 

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Artwork by RED HONG YI
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Artwork by RED HONG YI
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Artwork by RED HONG YI
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Artwork by RED HONG YI
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