Food Art

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the words are written in white powder on a blue sign that says everything is everything
"Take Everything on Social Media with a Grain of Salt" by Lauren Hom
Food lettering exploration crafted from pink and white salt.
a woman in a floral dress with a sunflower on her head wearing a hair piece
Flour Crown No. 10
Made with pizelles, stroopwafels, milk flavor pocky, honey nut cheerios, and a madeleine cookie for the "Flour Crowns" series. Inspired by my love of food and puns, Flour Crowns is an edible art project I started in March 2017. With spring right around the corner, I noticed my social media feeds starting to fill up with festival fashion and flowers. The idea came to me first as a simple play on the word "flower crown", and my imagination took it from there.
a person cutting up food on top of a wooden board
Food Styling by Lauren Hom
"You Deserve a Snack" cheese board by Lauren Hom for Babybel
Behind the the creation of one of three bean-centered dishes to promote BUSH’S line of chili beans. Chili Beans, Dagne Dover, No Bean Chili, The Weather Channel, Custom Letters, Media Content, Social Media Content, Magazine Art
Process: BUSH'S Chili Beans Social Media Content
Behind the the creation of one of three bean-centered dishes to promote BUSH’S line of chili beans.
a woman wearing a flower crown on her head
Flour Crown No. 14
Made with mini strawberry angel food cakes, cookies, and milk and strawberry Pocky for the "Flour Crowns" series. Inspired by my love of food and puns, Flour Crowns is an edible art project I started in March 2017. With spring right around the corner, I noticed my social media feeds starting to fill up with festival fashion and flowers. The idea came to me first as a simple play on the word "flower crown", and my imagination took it from there.
a cake that is sitting on top of a table with sparklers in the air
"Louder Now" Taking Back Sunday Inspired Sundae
From Taking Back Sundae, a series of ice cream sundaes by Lauren Hom, inspired by beloved emo/pop-punk albums.
an intricately designed piece of paper with red ink
Flour Power Food Art
Personal work created to explore a few of my interests at once: stencils, baking, psychedelic lettering styles, and food puns.
a woman with tattoos wearing a black dress and holding her hand up to her face
Flour Crown No. 19: EMO EDITION!
Made with black charcoal croissants and macarons from Monsieur Spook in Canggu, Bali for the "Flour Crowns" series. Inspired by my love of food and puns, Flour Crowns is an edible art project I started in March 2017. With spring right around the corner, I noticed my social media feeds starting to fill up with festival fashion and flowers. The idea came to me first as a simple play on the word "flower crown", and my imagination took it from there.
a gift card with two snowmen and a target in the middle on a green background
Snowmen Gift Card
This sweet snowman trio was created with powdered donuts and candy for a new gift card design released in Winter 2023.
a cake with grapes and apples on it that says get your juice up next to someone's hand
"Creative Juices" Food Art Process
Food art created from real fruits and vegetables to promote Adobe MAX 2021, a digital creative conference hosted by Adobe.
Inspired by my love of food and puns, Flour Crowns is an edible art project I started in March 2017. With spring right around the corner, I noticed my social media feeds starting to fill up with festival fashion and flowers. The idea came to me first as a simple play on the word "flower crown", and my imagination took it from there. Vanilla Birthday Cupcakes, Birthday Cupcakes, Art Project, Flower Crown, Festival Fashion
Flour Crown #15: Mini Chocolate, and Vanilla Birthday Cupcakes
Inspired by my love of food and puns, Flour Crowns is an edible art project I started in March 2017. With spring right around the corner, I noticed my social media feeds starting to fill up with festival fashion and flowers. The idea came to me first as a simple play on the word "flower crown", and my imagination took it from there.
Inspired by my love of food and puns, Flour Crowns is an edible art project I started in March 2017. With spring right around the corner, I noticed my social media feeds starting to fill up with festival fashion and flowers. The idea came to me first as a simple play on the word "flower crown", and my imagination took it from there. Mini Burger Buns, Sesame Bagel, Mini Burger, Mini Burgers, Pita Bread, Burger Buns
Flour Crown #11: Sesame Bagel, Mini Burger Buns, and Pita Bread.
Inspired by my love of food and puns, Flour Crowns is an edible art project I started in March 2017. With spring right around the corner, I noticed my social media feeds starting to fill up with festival fashion and flowers. The idea came to me first as a simple play on the word "flower crown", and my imagination took it from there.
a person is writing letters on a cookie sheet
Edible Letters by Lauren Hom
Remembering that time I spent the entire day trying to make letters out of chicken* nuggets for a project and they actually turned out pretty nice 😂 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Society told us not to play with our food as kids, but I say let’s play with our food if it brings us joy and isn’t hurting anyone! ✨Here’s to indulging your random creative sparks and questioning the rules & beliefs we inherited from the world that came before us✨ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “Personal growth is not a matter of learning new information, but unlearning old limits." -Alan Cohen ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ *these are made from chickPEAS because I’m veg🥬 and yes, we ate them all 😋
two hands touching pastries on a baking sheet
Checkerboard Dinner Rolls
It’s been so thrilling to finally see my decade of design experience starting to synthesize with my newly honed culinary skills. I enrolled in culinary school for the creative exploration but also to explore how I might incorporate cooking into my professional life.
a person sitting in front of a baking sheet with food on it and doughsticks laid out
Fun-Shaped Homemade Crackers
Homemade crackers but make it 〰️graphic design〰️ haha. Which one is your favorite? (Swipe to the second slide to see the numbers to vote for). My favorite thing to do with my discarded starter is make crackers! And recently I’ve started getting creative with the shapes of them, as evidenced here.