Petit Plat Miniature Food Art | by Stephanie Kilgast
Stephanie Kilgast, creator of Petit Plat miniature food art, is one of the best miniature food makers I’ve ever seen in my entire time perusing Internetdom. She discovered the art of miniature making while looking for an enjoyable craft back in 2007, during her time studying for a masters in architecture. Since then, her (miniature) work has been a great hit, and no wonder, too. The really small scale of the foods, coupled with all that detail, is simply remarkable.Her work is highly recognized and has been exhibited all around the world.
Stephanie’s goal is to make people happy with miniatures that allow them to ‘put the world in their pockets’. Aww, charming..
thanks to the update comic i can see spy loving and collectin this stuff
I like that they assume fast food workers are all high school drop outs. Tell that to all the university grads working fast food/retail
*sings the 12 Days of Christmas song*
*gets to the part about 5 golden rings*
*sonic bursts through the wall and i start screaming*
ho ho ho, you’re too slow
they complement each other but they don’t necessary compliment each other.
In fact, that is the EXACT point of complementary colors!! Complementary colors are exactly opposite each other on the color wheel. When used together, complementary colors are meant to draw attention and catch the eye, because they stand out and vibrate and generate a point of interest! In fact, this is part of color theory imparted for Graphic Design in University.
It should be noted that they are called complEmentary with an E, rather than complimentary with an I. Note that complimentary means flattering (in which case, of course they aren’t flattering when used together, they are supposed to be attention-catchers!), as opposed to complementary, which means”combining in such a way as to enhance or emphasize the qualities of each other or another.” And thus their being called complementary absolutely makes sense, doesn’t it?
if i take long to answer your message it’s probably because i’m 50 miles down my dash
actually i don’t need to make men comfortable in feminist spaces when they make me uncomfortable in every other space, but thanks anyway