It’s beautiful while it lasts.
This is how In The Know: Foodie defines the artwork of Leslie Kirchhoff.
Kirchhoff is a cube artist. She was inspired by her childhood in Wisconsin where she saw frozen fish in lakes. Another inspiration was her disappointing experience at a New York City Bar where she was promised a “Lavender” ice cube that just had lavender sprinkled on it. It made her decide to create art from ice cubes.
Kirchhoff calls them disco cubes. The ice cubes hold floating edible flowers or herbs or peppers or vegetables. They can also have logos or designs or come in unusual shapes and colors. The cubes measure 2 inches by 2 inches by 2 inches and stay in shape from 40 minutes to two hours depending on the temperature.
Her artworks are available in restaurants and are shipped across the US.
This kind of artwork may be ephemeral but it’s beauty will make you remember it forever.
Check out these amazing ice sculptures before they melt!
Posted by In The Know: Foodie on Friday, 25 May 2018