Food Illustration

Creative Showcase: The Best of Food

Food is terrific. The worst part about food illustrations is that you can’t just reach into the screen and take a bite out of whatever it is you’re seeing. But you know what? Food illustrations make us think about food and did you thinking about food is actually better for you than trying to repress those thoughts? Studies have shown that people who suppress their food thoughts are actually more likely to have cravings and binge eat later on.

There’s nothing wrong with sitting at your desk and daydreaming about that perfect bite of a crisp and cinnamon-y apple pie on a cool summer’s night. Or driving home while imagining the most delicious slice of deep-dish pepperoni pizza you can imagine. And if thoughts of food aren’t enough for you, you’ll simply have to enjoy these heavenly illustrations.

You can see all of the food images on the Directory of Illustrations website by using our new specialty search function.

Scott Wulf

Luigi Russo Sas


Lemonade Illustration Agency

Jonathan & Georgina Rosenbaum


John Brewster Creative Services

Glenn Gustafson

 

Myles Talbot

Matthew Holmes

For more brilliant illustrations like these, visit the food section of the Directory of Illustration website.

Kitchen76 Logo Design by Steven Noble

Kitchen76, a premiere destination for dining in Niagara, enlisted the help of Steven Noble to create a logo design that correctly portrays its farm-to-table identity.

The resulting design features a rabbit delivering fresh produce straight from the source.

Take a look at more of Steven’s designs through his Directory of Illustration portfolio and at stevennoble.com.

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Louise Brigenshaw: Holland & Barrett

Louise Brigenshaw was commissioned by the team at Holland & Barrett, a chain of health food stores located in the UK, to illustrate an infographic about the health pros and cons of eating chocolate. The final image was used on their website.

See more of Louise’s work through her Directory of Illustration portfolio and her website.

 

Steven Noble for Kingsford BBQ

Kingsford BBQ, a brand owned by The Clorox Company, commissioned Steven Noble to create packaging illustrations for their line of charcoal briquettes. His work featured steak, ribs, chicken  & illustrations showing how to use the charcoal briquettes.

Steven Noble specializes in line art, scratchboard, scraperboard, woodcuts & engraving. Take a look at  his varying style through his Directory of Illustration portfolio & through his website at stevennoble.com .

 

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Kiki Ljung – Re:porter Magazine

Kiki Ljung recently created 6 illustrations of iconic sandwiches for Canadian Porter Airlines’ in-flight magazine, Re:porter.

Each sandwich represents 6 destinations available through Porter Airlines.

Kiki is represented by Folio Art. Take a peek at more of Kiki’s work through her Directory of Illustration portfolio and at folioart.co.uk.

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Bob Venables: Hayman’s Gin

Bob Venables created around 30 black and white line pieces that featured a range of food and drink items for Hayman’s Gin.

The artwork is used on their website.

Bob is represented by Illustration Ltd. See more of his work through his Directory of Illustration portfolio and at illustrationweb.us.

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The Rosenbaums for Essential Everyday

Heat getting you down? Need a tasty drink for the beach or your next picnic? Essential Everyday enhanced waters. Great flavors for everybody’s palette – from a series of illustrations created by Jon and Georgina Rosenbaum.

Jonathan and Georgina Rosenbaum are represented by John Brewster Creative Services. View more of their work through their Directory of Illustration portfolio and at www.brewstercreative.com.

 

Ana Seixas for Vicino Pizza Bar

This project by Ana Seixas was developed for Vicino Pizza Bar, an authentic Italian restaurant in the Barceloneta neighborhood located in sunny Barcelona.

The client wanted an outdoor poster that could be placed at the Barceloneta Metro station to attract more customers to the pizza bar. The map style illustration is meant to help the new customers find their way to the restaurant.

Ana is represented by New Division. Check out more of her work through her Directory of Illustration portfolio & at newdivision.co.uk.

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Dahl Taylor: Boston Beer

Dahl Taylor (represented by Mendola Artists) created watercolor art for the packaging design of a new product, a spiked seltzer in three flavors, from Boston Beer.

Dahl’s artwork is featured on the bottles and on the six-pack cartons.

Check out more of his work through his Directory of Illustration portfolio and at mendolaart.com.

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