Showing posts with label FOOD SKETCHES. Show all posts
Showing posts with label FOOD SKETCHES. Show all posts

5/21/13

On the Air




Michael Harlan Turkell invited me to talk with him on his radio show, The Food Seen. He interviews artists, chefs, designers, photographers, stylists, and other creatives about the intersection of art, design and food.



We taped the show a couple months ago at the Heritage Radio Network studio, in the back of Roberta's Pizza in Brooklyn (best pizza ever), and it went on air today. Michael and I talked about my FOOD SKETCHES project, my grandmother's cooking, working at magazines, the importance of personal projects, and where to find chicken feet gummies.

You can listen to my interview here.

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Also, some of my favorite interviews he's done in the past, if you're in a podcast kind of mood:

Todd Selby | Matteo Bologna, Douglas Riccardi & Louise Fili | Fishs Eddy | Ditte Isager | The Canal House | Lotta Jansdotter | Tom Colicchio

3/1/13

FOOD SKETCHES




Some recent illustrations over on FOOD-SKETCHES.

Beef tartare from M. Wells Dinette (above), fried chickpeas from La Vara, and sulungtang in K-Town.

7/17/12

Dragonfruit




Outside.




Inside.


More FOOD SKETCHES here.


6/27/12

Primaries


I created this set of limited edition screenprints -- "Bacon & Eggs" -- for the Primaries exhibition, a curated art show at Yes Gallery. They invited a small number of artists and illustrators to create work using only primary colors.



This set was created in the spirit of my FOOD-SKETCHES. I will be selling my limited edition screenprints (sold as a set) in my shop soon!


Here are some favorite pieces from other artists who participated in the show. I love seeing what people created within the given color palette.


Jay Cover

Olimpia Zagnoli

Will Bryant

Andrew Neyer

Marcus Oakley


See all the pieces from the show here (and some are still available for purchase, including mine!)

Please note: I am only selling my prints as a set on my site, but you can buy each print separately on the Yes Gallery site, here.

(Images courtesy of Yes Gallery)


5/18/12

NEW FOOD SKETCHES: Dishes from WD-50




Cold Fried Chicken and Peekytoe Crab Roll -- dishes from WD-50, an inventive molecular gastronomy restaurant in the Lower East Side. Very recently, the chef, Wylie Dufresne, decided to completely revamp his menu and create all new dishes; so these illustrations are of dishes that are from his original classic menu. Read more here, and view this slideshow of some of his new dishes here. The Peas 'n' Carrots dish is brilliant.

4/26/12

NEW FOOD SKETCHES


New drawings on the FOOD SKETCHES site, including some frozen treats, like black sesame and green tea gelato and this blueberry apricot popsicle.

3/24/12

NEW FOOD SKETCH


Licorice mix from Sockerbit, one of my favorite candy shops in NYC. Read more at FOOD-SKETCHES.

3/12/12

5 Questions with Simply Breakfast


Jen from Simply Breakfast asked me to do a little illustrated Q&A over on her site. Check it out here. It's a new feature she's doing where she asks five questions about that first meal of the day. I love her food photography, and she also has a beautiful side project called The Makers.

3/7/12

NEW FOOD SKETCHES


New drawings of Indian sweets over on the FOOD SKETCHES site!

2/28/12

NEW FOOD SKETCHES


A bunch of sweets over on the FOOD-SKETCHES site: candy, caramels and chocolate treats. This one is of gumballs from my favorite candy store, Economy Candy. I'd love to try to turn this one into a huge print, a mural or some sort of painted installation.

2/18/12

NEW FOOD SKETCH: Taiwanese Te-Bao

New drawing over on the FOOD-SKETCHES site -- this time, a Jeremy Lin sandwich. Click here to read about it.

2/15/12

NEW FOOD SKETCHES


New drawings posted on the FOOD-SKETCHES site, including breakfast, sweets, a classic NYC sandwich, and a Super Bowl snack face-off. Click here to see new work.

1/13/12

NEW FOOD SKETCHES

New sketches over on the Food Sketches site, including carrot pizza, a pretzel croissant, a favorite cookie recipe, and more.



1/7/12

FOOD SKETCH #3: Kimbap (and a new site!)



I made a new site for all of my food sketches (they'll also occasionally be posted here), just to keep them all organized in one spot -- food-sketches.blogspot.com. I hope you'll follow the drawings over there in their new home!

1/3/12

FOOD SKETCH #2: Japchae


Japchae - Korean glass noodles with spinach, julienned carrots, onion and egg and sesame seeds.

1/1/12

FOOD SKETCH #1: Dduk gook


Dduk gook - traditional Korean soup eaten on New Year's Day; it has sliced rice cakes, egg, scallion and nori.

FOOD SKETCHES: A new project for 2012

This year I'm going to have a little side project here. I love food. And I like to illustrate. So I'm doing an occasional series here where I will create digital sketches of favorite dishes, things I cook and things I eat. I hope you enjoy it. Starting with January 1...