If you sketched your meal, what would it look like? New York artist Erin Jang has an illustrated answer to that question.
Inspired by the great diversity of food in New York City, Erin sketches the meals she eats. Her latest sketch is the Kung Pao Pastrami she enjoyed at Mission Chinese Food. As you can see in the picture above, Erin adds a touch of playfulness to her illustrated meals. Can you make out the ingredients?
Erin, who is a self-described graphic designer/art director/illustrator, has also sketched other meals like tomato strecci fromSullivan Street Bakery and Taiwanese shaved ice (see below). To discover the ingredients sketched here and see more of Erin's fun illustrations visit her blog The Indigo Bunting.
We'd like to give a very special thanks to Erin Jang for sharing her food illustrations with Fine Dining Lovers.
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