Tasty-Looking Foods Are Actually Sculpted Paper by Raya Sader Bujana

Origami from ori meaning “folding”, and kami meaning “paper” is the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. Raya Sader Bujana is the paper artist, currently living and working in Barcelona. She specializes in the art of composing paper objects.

Bujana’s paper cuttings run a variety of styles, her favorite subject is food. This paper object series features realistic renderings of food. She has made cups containing latte art, part of pumpkin pie with cream, and a slice of watermelon.

Here are some pictures of paper food created by Raya Sader Bujana.

 

1. Paper Latte

i-make-beautiful-foods-made-out-of-paper-2__880

 

2. Paper Pumpkin Pie

i-make-beautiful-foods-made-out-of-paper-3__880

 

3. Paper Cucumber Slices

i-make-beautiful-foods-made-out-of-paper-7__880

 

4. Paper Watermelon Slice

i-make-beautiful-foods-made-out-of-paper-9__880

 

5. Miniature Paper Lettuce

i-make-beautiful-foods-made-out-of-paper-10__880

 

6. Little Ray of Sunflower

paperpetalwild

 

7. Large scale leaves

Raya-Sader-Bujana

LEAVE A REPLY