Design Bites: Foodie Art

Spice it Up

Spice it Up

When it comes to art for your kitchen, simplicity can be a virtue. This cinnamon sketch from Quebec-based graphic artist Eva Juliet is one of the many sumptuously simple prints from her Art Culinary collection. Juliet’s work will surely make a collector out of you. ($22; Eva Juliet, evajulie…

ARTichoke

ARTichoke

This silkscreened artichoke by Brooklyn-based artist Alison Sahmel is just one of the examples of quirky foodie art available from Fine Artichoke, a website that handpicks prints that “feed your appetite for great art.” Take a gander, and you’ll surely find something to suit your style. ($30…

Eat Your Art Out

Eat Your Art Out

Not that you need a reminder of what to do in the kitchen, but the typeface of this hand-cut poster from Roll & Tumble Press is just so charming and whimsical that it will work with whatever style you’ve adopted in your kitchen—modern, country, traditional or sophisticated—it will just go. A…

Vintage Veg

Vintage Veg

This turn-of-the-century schoolroom chart oozes vintage charm. This particular piece is a one-of-a-kind find via Etsy, but your own quick search for vintage vegetable charts or similar verbage will uncover many similar prints from bygone eras. ($125; Gracie’s Cottage, graciescottage.etsy.com)

Save the Date

Save the Date

This vinyl wall calendar might not be gastronomically inspired, but it’s so functional and fun that we couldn’t leave it out. As the control center of most homes, the kitchen is the perfect place for this writ-large dry-erase calendar that will help keep your busy life in order. ($78; Simple…