The @eatingpatterns Instagram account has got it nailed when it comes to beautiful food design. But the woman behind it, Barcelona-based textile designer @vegaloring doesn’t photograph her lunch; she uses her expertise in pattern design to create stunning symmetrical food art – and Instagrammers are taking notice.
As you can see from the examples below, her work takes its cues partly from the food styling on Buzzfeed’s popular Proper Tasty channel – it’s playful, colourful and importantly, still looks totally edible, with foodstuffs including aubergine, octopus and figs.
She’s only been publishing for a couple of months, but already the Instagram likes for her food design are totting up. Below are some of our favourites, but head on over to her Instagram to enjoy much more. We think these food designs would be great on wallpaper, on textiles of course, and even, for the sartorially brave, on clothing.
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