Creative Minds Take Inspiration From And Create Art With Food
'Something I Ate' asked artists to document 7 days of their personal eating habits resulting in exclusive works using whichever media they prefer.
PSFK was recently invited to attend Something I Ate, a collaborative project between Kat Popiel—founder of the online food magazine On Plate, Still Hungry—and Sam Kim of SkimKim Foods. In the weeks leading up to the event, artists documented seven consecutive days of their personal eating habits which provided both a basis for the food served at the event and the creative work unveiled. Each artist showcased a piece inspired by their documented eating habits using whichever media they preferred, including photography, jewelry design, fashion, film, music, and more.
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