Art is everywhere. One doesn’t have to be studying anything related to art to be creative. Because as long as one has the eye for appreciating beauty, he/she can recognize an art worth admiring and sharing.
Let us introduce you to Malaysian artist-architect Hong Yi, a well known artist and someone famous who ‘loves to paint, but not with a paintbrush’. Can you imagine that?
Creative as she is, she had actually experimented, creating a different kind of artwork, one which included sunflower seeds, coffee stains, and lots of other things and made it into an awesome collection of food art.
See her creative works of food art below.
Hong Yi goes by the nickname “Red” because her name, Hong, sounds like the word ‘red’ in Mandarin. I really admire this artist-architect who had her works featured by many famous media around the world including Huffington Post, Wall Street Journal, ABC, CNN, NBC and the Daily Mail.
This got to be one of my favorite’s here.
I can see the Philippines! 🙂
And now, according to her website, “Red currently runs her own design studio and lives and works between Shanghai and Malaysia. She wants to continue to use mundane, ordinary and often overlooked objects to make beautiful art and through her art and the internet, connect people throughout the world.”
Have a great weekend, guys! 🙂