Where to Buy Chic, Affordable Kitchen Art OnlineKitchen
Because jazzing up your kitchen shouldn't cost an arm and a leg.
May 31, 2023
The 3 Biggest Gallery Wall Mistakes You’re Probably Making — And How to Fix Them
Tips from The Kitchn
Not happy with your gallery wall? Here's where things went wrong.
Mar 30, 2022
These Limited-Edition Dinner Plates Are Super Cute (and Help to Support a Good Cause)
One-hundred percent of the profits go to funding new treatments for pediatric cancer.
Aug 30, 2021
Before & After: A No-Reno Project Gives This 1920s Dining Room Lots of Personality
Before & After
The before was nice, but the after is absolutely stunning.
May 22, 2021
Frank Lloyd Wright’s 2-Second Trick for Seeing Your Home in a New Light
Tips from The Kitchn
Try it in your kitchen or dining room!
Dec 9, 2019
The Etsy Shopping Trick That Has Saved Me Hundreds of DollarsTools
Let’s pretend you’re a baker and you’re making a cake. You whip up some batter, stick some pans in the oven with said batter, and, when the timer dings, you’ve got yourself a cake. But wait, you’re not done yet, of course. What’s a cake without frosting and decoration, right? Well, it’s boring, unfortunately, and who wants to eat that? The same can be said for a room with no art.
Aug 3, 2018
15 Online Sources for Inexpensive Art for Your Kitchen and Dining RoomKitchen
I wish I had the kind of disposable income that allowed me to walk into my favorite galleries and buy the work that I love right off the walls, but let’s be real — that’s just not gonna happen anytime soon. So instead I will rely on the next best (read: affordable) thing: the internet. Buying art online has really improved in recent years.
Jul 23, 2018
This Self-Taught Teen Makes Latte Art That’s Way Too Cute to DrinkPeople
You might think a cute heart or a pretty fern in the foam of a latte is a sign of elite barista skills, but then you probably haven’t seen Daphne Tans’ 3-D latte creations. The 17-year-old is taking latte art to new heights with adorable foam sculptures that are technically astonishing and way too cute to drink.
Oct 17, 2017
Can You Look at These Kitchen Items Without Dying Inside?People
Back in 2011, Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani started working on her Uncomfortable series, which entailed reimagining everyday items into “uncomfortable” versions of their useful selves. Many of these everyday goods pertain to the kitchen: a double-cupped champagne glass, interlinked coffee mugs, a thick cutlery set, hourglass salt and pepper shakers, and even a slipper spoon. “I started this project for fun, so my purpose is to make people laugh and feel amused!
Sep 28, 2017
This Is Why 45,000 Pounds of Sugar Were Dumped in Times SquarePeople
An art installation in New York City’s Times Square is making a statement about the sugar consumption of American children. It’s conceptualized and executed by KIND Snacks, and reportedly went up Tuesday morning before 5 a.m. The one-day installation showed sugar boxes piled on top of one another to reflect how much sugar children in the U.S. ingest every five minutes. In case the visual cue isn’t enough to guess, it’s 45,485 pounds.
Aug 23, 2017
Words of Joy: On Ice Cream and CardioPeople
We’re not the best at math (unless it’s figuring out how many cups of chocolate chips need to go into a batter: all of them!), but this is one mathematical diagram we not only understand, but also 100 percent agree with. It’s basically more true than the idea that 1 + 1 = 2. You can print it out (for free!) and hang it up in your kitchen, office, or even your home gym (if you have one of those … ). We knew Venn diagrams must be good for something!
Jun 7, 2017
The Message I Wish Every Cook Would Hang in Her KitchenKitchen
What do you look at in your kitchen every day? Are you lucky enough to have a window to the outdoors? Do you paper your refrigerator with cheerful photographic reminders of parties and good times? Do you have a favorite piece of art? If you’re looking for something to fix your focus upon in the kitchen, artistically speaking, here’s one message I wish you would consider. Take a look. It speaks for itself.
May 9, 2017
This Art Project Shows How Your Food Will Change Due to Climate ChangePeople
Whether you’re a believer in man-made global warming or a denier, there’s no ignoring the fact that our earth’s climate is changing and with it comes modifications to the food ecosystem. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, climate change disrupts food accessibility, diminishes access to food, and impacts food quality. In a 2015 report, the U.S.
May 1, 2017
5 Kitchen Safety Posters That Make Us LaughKitchen
In some cities (including New York City), restaurants are required by law to display step-by-step instructions on how to save someone from choking. The local governments and health departments often supply free prints, which restaurant owners can order and hang. (Here’s one for NYC.) There is no law, however, that states the posters can’t be fun and a bit more creative.
Apr 26, 2017
The Easiest Way to Add Art to Your KitchenKitchen
It’s true — finding art for your kitchen isn’t always the easiest task. There’s a lot going on in the space already (think: appliances, cabinetry, windows, and backsplashes), so picking paintings, photos, or prints that add interest but don’t overwhelm the space can be somewhat of … an art (see what we did there?). Enter: Artfully Walls.
Apr 13, 2017
This Is the Ultimate Kitchen Art for Chocolate-LoversKitchen
Hey, you! Yes, you with the sticky fingers and the smudgy marks on your face. If you like to put chocolate (milk! White! Dark! Whatever!) in your mouth, this print is for you. Unlike a lot of the other chocolate-themed art out there, this one isn’t cheesy. This one is like a fine candy bar — totally smooth and not too in-your-face, but also bold and slightly daring. It’s sweet without being too sweet. It’s just the right amount of complicated.
Feb 17, 2017
10 Food-Themed Calendars for a Yummy New YearTools
If you count the days based on what you’re eating (Thursday is Wine Day, Friday is Cheese Day, and so on), it’s probably a good thing you don’t make calendars. No offense! But you might like one of these fun food-themed calendars for next year. Pie Calendar, $34 at Wild Ink Press: Get 12 new dessert recipes this year! Each month features a seasonal pie from Elise Bauer of Simply Recipes. At the end of the year, each month trims down to a recipe card or art print to use or hang.
Dec 14, 2016
What If Brand Names Were Replaced with Calorie Counts?People
When I tuck into a bag of my favorite potato chips (Meijer’s Kettle-Cooked Jalapeño Chips for life!), I don’t do so with false hope. I know they aren’t good for me, but I’ll be damned if they aren’t the most satisfying snack mankind has ever known. When a craving hits that I just can’t resist, I tend to just pretend the nutrition label isn’t there. But what if that wasn’t an option?
Jun 10, 2016
5 Things I Brought Back from Mexico CityTools
A couple of years ago, I was in dire need of a vacation and impulsively booked a trip to Mexico City. I spent a leisurely 10 days stalking its streets, barreling through its subway tunnels, and eating as many types of its ridiculously fresh, impeccably prepared street foods as my stomach could handle. With so many days spent in just one place, I felt I was truly able to get to know the city, its flavors, and its people, including one in particular.
May 5, 2016
A Printable Adult Coloring Page for Strawberry LoversPeople
If there’s one thing that excites market-goers this time of year, it’s certainly the strawberry. After a winter of root vegetables, the chance to pop a bright red berry in your mouth is hard to resist. But did you know, botanically speaking, strawberries aren’t really berries? If you want to get really botanical about berries, science defines a berry as “a fleshy fruit from a single ovary.
Apr 29, 2016
A Printable Adult Coloring Page for Asparagus LoversGroceries
Is there a more vibrant harbinger of spring than asparagus? When the bright green stalks pop up at the farmers market, you know winter is ready to make its retreat. It’s a sign that warmer days and greener vegetables are just ahead. Cultivation of asparagus dates back to Roman times, when Emperor Augustus coined the phrase “velocius quam asparagi conquantur.
Apr 22, 2016
A Coloring Guide to Spring ProduceGroceries
Spring is officially here — although you wouldn’t necessarily know it from your weekly grocery run. Seasonality doesn’t really exist in the produce aisles. Perhaps there are more apples in the fall; maybe a special berry display in summer, but there will always be apples and there will always be berries.
Apr 6, 2016
5 Tips for Bringing Art into Your KitchenKitchen
I think we can all agree that the kitchen is where life happens. It’s here that we have the important conversations; here that we laugh and cry and laugh so hard, we cry. This is where, when your soufflé collapses, maybe you do too, leaning on a friend (or loving pet) as you give in to the disappointment of failed confections and failed relationships. So it’s strange — isn’t it?
Mar 17, 2016
Decorate Your Kitchen with Rainbow Fruit & Veggie ArtKitchen
One of the best things to come out of the local and heirloom food movement is the realization that many of our favorite fruits and veggies come in an array of colors — from red carrots to purple tomatoes to the full spectrum of apples. Seattle photographer Brittany Wright has been exploring these vibrants shades, and portraying them in her range of fine art prints. We think they make the perfect artwork for the kitchen.
Mar 17, 2016
An Adult Coloring Page for ThanksgivingPeople
When I was a kid I didn’t look forward to the turkey, mashed potatoes, or even pumpkin pie. What I wanted to do more than anything else on Thanksgiving was color the giant full-page turkey for the “Oh, You Turkey” contest in the Star Tribune newspaper in Minneapolis. Unfortunately, you can only enter the contest if you’re under the age of 12.
Nov 24, 2015
Lucky Peach Turns Hot Dogs into Disney PrincessesPeople
You might have been told never to play with your food as a kid, but now that you’re an adult, you can fully ignore that rule. Just look at this art project from Lucky Peach, where they turned four hot dogs into Disney princesses — Rapunzel, Ariel, Belle, and Pocahontas. We’re guessing you won’t need step-by-step instructions, but just in case you do, Lucky Peach has ’em. We have to say, the cheese dress with mustard embellishments for Belle might be our favorite.
Oct 6, 2015
A Treat for Your Kitchen to Celebrate the End of The Kitchn CureTools
Today is the last day of our 2015 Kitchn Cure — a 20-day process to creating a cleaner, more organized, and happier kitchen. Did you follow along with the Cure? Is your fridge freshly clean, your countertops sparkly? If so, reward yourself with this very apropos print — your kitchen is ready for dancing! Part of what I love about the Cure is that it can restore an affection for your kitchen.
Oct 2, 2015
Street Artists Dominating Limited-Edition Liquor BottlesPeople
Gone are the days when you would see big-name artists — like Warhol, Harring, and Chagall — collaborating with liquor companies to produce limited-edition bottles. The newest trend in artist bottles takes a page from the streetwear playbook and looks to a set of unknowns. Punch investigated the new trend of companies, like 1800 Tequila and Hennessy, tapping little-known artists to design limited-edition bottles.
Sep 30, 2015
Visualizing Pregnancy Cravings Like 5-Star MealsPeople
Whether or not you’ve ever been pregnant, you’ve probably heard a woman in your life complain about weird food cravings; they are frequently things that don’t go together in normal meal planning. One of the most cited examples is ice cream and pickles. Two artists have taken all those weird cravings and turned them into an art project. The artists have solicited examples of strange pregnancy cravings from real women, and turned them into plated masterpieces.
Sep 18, 2015
15 Sweet Ice Cream Prints & Photos to Decorate Your KitchenKitchen
We all know that the best way to enjoy ice cream is to eat it. But since you can’t have it at every meal, the second best way to enjoy it is hanging it on your wall. To kick off Ice Cream Week here at The Kitchn, we have 15 delightful ice cream-themed works of art that will sweeten up your kitchen in no time. The only problem will be deciding which flavor … or print you like best. Evolution of Ice Cream, $25 on Kickstarter Darkness & Chaos, $26 from Old English Co.
Jul 20, 2015
5 Magnet Sets to Win Over Even a Refrigerator MinimalistKitchen
There are a few contentious issues that divide cooks in the kitchen. Spoon rests — yes or no? Measure by weight, or by volume? And then there’s the biggie: Do you clutter up your fridge with magnets, or do you adhere to a strict minimalist policy? I’ve been a no-magnet girl, but then this horseshoe number came into my house last Christmas, and its charm turned me to the other side. Here are five more magnet sets I wouldn’t be ashamed to put on my fridge.
May 13, 2015
10 Mother’s Day Cards for Moms Who Appreciate a Good Food JokeTools
A mom has many responsibilities, large and small, and invariably they involve food. Whether your mom is a food-lover with a sophisticated edge, or the most comforting of home cooks, or simply the one who taught you to bake the cookies you’re now known for, she deserves a great card, and I have 10 good ones here — all with a foodie flair. That first one up there? Yeah, definitely my favorite. That old threat? Yes, yes you do. A good pun will take you far.
May 5, 2015
MoMA’s Design Memorabilia Collection Is a Lively, Colorful Tribute to Italian DesignTools
The World’s Fair is in Milan this year, and the theme is “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life.” To mark the occasion, the MoMA Design Store launched a collection of playful products for the table in collaboration with a group of iconic and well-known Italian designers. Here are some of my favorite products from the collection — all are either new or created for the first time from designers’ archival drawings.
Apr 30, 2015
Working on Your Knife Skills? This Poster Will Show You the WaySkills
Julienne? Matchsticks? Brunoise? If you’re still working to master all those terms and what they mean for your knife skills, check out this poster from Brainstorm Prints & Goods. I love a lot of the prints produced in this New Hampshire-based print shop, owned by Briana Feolo and Jason Snyder. They have prints for the science-lovers among us, and the road-bike warriors.
Apr 27, 2015
10 Famous Quotes About Food and Cooking to Hang in Your KitchenPeople
A pithy saying never goes out of style, and the minds behind these quotes knew it. From Julia Child’s endlessly quotable ode to the best kind of people (those who love to eat, obviously) to W.C. Fields’ witty comeback about cooking with wine, these 10 framed quotes will add a little spark to your kitchen.
Apr 20, 2015
11 Quirky Art Prints for Your KitchenKitchen
There’s no denying it: the kitchen is the best room in the house. Displaying art in the kitchen doesn’t have to stop at just the fridge. From punny posters to colorful designs, here are some of our favorite quirky Etsy finds. What’s your favorite kitchen art print? 2. Lick The Bowl Print from EatSayLove – $16 3. Cheese Print from Old English Co – $25 4. A Morning Without Coffee from handz – $21 5.
Feb 24, 2015
Americana Measuring SpoonsTools
Dec 19, 2014
9 Coffee Prints for Lovers of (Almost) Every Kind of Brewing MethodSkills
The only thing better than a kitchen with freshly brewed coffee is a kitchen with a coffee print, and no matter what your brew preference is, there’s probably a poster for you. Here are nine creative prints that will brighten up any kitchen and remind anyone that visits how much you love your favorite drink. Life Begins After Coffee, $15.
Nov 3, 2014
5 Things to Know About Latte Art (Yes, There’s Latte Art in 3D!)Skills
If you’re a lover of coffee drinks with milk, then it’s safe to assume that at some point you’ve been handed a cup, looked at the formation made by the combination of coffee and milk and thought to yourself, “how did they do that?” Here are a few facts about latte art that just might make you respect that cup even more. Recently I had my own chance to try my hand at doing latte art. Let’s put it this way: it’s not at all easy.
Sep 29, 2014
12 Clever (and Unusual) Ways to Enjoy Art in the KitchenKitchen
Do you have art in the kitchen? A photograph? A print? A little splash of color? We think that art absolutely belongs in the kitchen, but you don’t have to stick with traditional forms. Why not frame recipe cards, or hang kitchen hardware, or even find the beauty in tomato can labels? Here are 12 ways to enjoy art in the kitchen, including those, and more!
Sep 8, 2014
Art For the Kitchen & Dining Room: Vintage Botanical Prints and Wall ChartsKitchen
A few weeks ago we shared our love for this vintage citrus wall chart, but our appreciation for vintage charts doesn’t end there. Perhaps it’s the spring, or perhaps it’s because they just look so great in a variety of kitchens, but we’re loving the look of vintage botanicals right now. These (mostly) large-scale prints are fetching pieces of artwork for the kitchen and dining room.
May 12, 2014
An Unexpected (and Easy) Refrigerator MakeoverKitchen
I have never been very fond of my refrigerator, a white monstrosity that is really too big for my small rental kitchen and sits at an angle due to a slope in the floor. But something happened this week that changed everything. The Monstrosity, pre-makeover I came home the other day to discover that my partner Gregory had hung a large photo of oyster mushrooms on the side of the refrigerator.
May 7, 2014
Kitchen Art: A Chat with Artist Ankita Kerjariwal from Textured INK StudioPeople
Designer Ankita Kerjariwal opened her Etsy shop in 2011 with her fun collection of beautiful graphic prints for the kitchen. Many of her offerings are personalized or available in custom colors and would make a great wedding or housewarming gift. Ankita was very kind and agreed to answer a few questions for The Kitchn about her artwork, her home, and what she loves to cook. AK: “My favorite design is the colorful set with bold colors and the simple kitchen silhouettes.
Mar 19, 2014
I Have a Couple Weddings Coming Up & I Think I Need This Red Cabbage DressPeople
I know it’s probably not a good idea to upstage the bride, but part of me thinks there could be no better way to dress for a spring wedding than in a gown made to look like a giant head of red cabbage. I’m only half joking. There is so much beauty in the shapes and colors of vegetables, which artist Alyssa McNamara captures especially well in this cabbage dress, part of a line called ROOTED that she created several years ago.
Jan 31, 2014
Ordinary Food Makes For Beautiful Additions to Creative SketchesPeople
How many times have you looked at some random food item, like popcorn, and seen a face or some familiar image in the kernel? Artist Victor Nunes has taken these small, daily findings and fleshed them out with beautiful drawings. Each image includes one specific type of food item and lots of dreamy, imaginative sketches. He also has taken to carving faces out of food, like bananas. I, for one, am dying to get a print of one of these (if that ever becomes possible).
Jan 28, 2014
7 of My Favorite Art Prints for the KitchenKitchen
Home is where the art is. If you’re hoping to infuse your kitchen with just a touch more personality this year, try carving out some room for a framed print. Find your style (contemporary or classic) and function (inspiration or utility) with some of my favorite prints. Try placing the chalkboard print in front of the glass on a flat-colored frame to give off the look of a hand-written chalk. Or add some interest by hanging three similar prints in different color variations side by side.
Jan 24, 2014
How the Five Second Rule Actually Works: A Completely Scientific InfographicKitchen
Ever wonder exactly how that five second rule works? Does it apply to all types of food — five seconds no matter what? Does a Skittle absorb germs as fast as a slice of buttered toast, face down on the floor? Luckily we ran across this entertaining and totally scientific infographic to explain exactly how it all works. Oops, did you think there was an actual scientific explanation to the five second rule? Gotcha!
Jan 22, 2014
250 Pasta Shapes You Should Know: Pop Chart Lab’s Plethora of Pasta PermutationsSkills
Last week, while out for dinner at a little Italian restaurant in New York’s East Village, our table of eight gazed at the last item on the chalkboard menu with a collective blank stare: “Cencioni Bolognese.” Nobody, myself included, had ever heard of this pasta shape. Described by the server as, “larger than orecchiette, almost like a potato chip,” my curiosity was piqued. The result was surprisingly delicious.
Oct 14, 2013
Big Appetites: An Interview With Christopher BoffoliPeople
Since our conversation with him two years ago, Christopher Boffoli has been busy photographing a whole universe of tiny people interacting with giant food in surprising, funny and illuminating ways. And with the release of his new book, Big Appetites, you can finally have a your own collection of his photographs to pore over and share with your friends.
Sep 25, 2013
Favorite Kitchen Art: Large Affordable Food Posters from Debbie CarlosKitchen
I love the look of oversized art, particularly in the kitchen or dining room, but they’re too often cost-prohibitive. That’s why I was so happy to come across these posters from Chicago artist Debbie Carlos. They’re really big, and the black-and-white versions come in under $50! If the name Debbie Carlos sounds familiar, you may be recalling her from this House Tour on Apartment Therapy. (We also featured her kitchen here.
Sep 11, 2013
Look! Gorgeous Food Typography Made of Curry, Flour, and Other Pantry IngredientsPeople
This has got to be one of the prettiest uses of raw ingredients I’ve ever seen. Designer and illustrator Danielle Evans letters with ingredients like curry powder, flour, coffee grounds, chili powder, and green tea. The resulting “food typography” is beautiful, temporal, and just plain delightful. See a video below: Love this project.
Jul 30, 2013
Paintings of Food: Inspiration from Wayne ThiebaudPeople
A lot of us view food as art — especially the food bloggers amongst us. We appreciate the blackened outline of a meringue and the sheen of chocolate ganache dripping down the sides of a cake. Today though, I’m appreciating art that has food as its subject. Today, I’m looking through the works of Wayne Thiebaud.
Jul 30, 2013
12 Adorable Plates of Food Shaped Like Animals By Ida SkivenesTools
And you thought you were done playing with your food! Instagram user Ida Skivenes has been making food plate art since January 2012 and has constructed some truly inspirational dishes, including these cute plates inspired by animals.  According to her website, Skivenes creates these artistic plates because “It has become a creative outlet for [her] to play with healthy ingredients and [her] favorite meal, breakfast.
Jul 3, 2013
Art for the Beer Geek: Abstract Prints Teach Beer Drinkers About Hop VarietiesKitchen
I have to admit, when I first saw these posters I didn’t understand them because I’m not a big beer drinker. However my husband, who both enjoys buying and brewing his own craft beer, recognized the names of all these hops and declared the posters “very cool” indeed. So, there you have it. Educational art for (lovable) beer geeks!
Jun 7, 2013
New Print From Pop Chart Lab: Famous Cocktails of Fictional CharactersPeople
The Dude’s White Russian. Alex’s Moloko Plus. Jay Gatsby’s Gin Rickey. If you have a soft spot in your heart for the signature cocktails of your favorite characters in film and literature, this new infographic from Pop Chart Lab is for you.The Cocktail Chart of Film and Literature illustrates 49 drinks famously imbibed by beloved fictional characters of film and literature, all contained in a clever chart that could also serve as a handy cocktail recipe guide.
May 29, 2013
From ‘Sewshi’ to Stitched Fish: Crocheted Food Dishes by Kate JenkinsPeople
Looks good enough to eat! You could certainly say that about Kate Jenkins’ crocheted food dishes.Ms. Jenkins began crocheting food in 2003, but before that she worked as a knitting consultant for such major fashion labels as Marc Jacobs, Missoni, and Donna Karan, among others. Now one of her food pieces can take as long as three weeks to complete, depending on the amount of detail.
May 23, 2013
The Seasonal Color Wheel: A Guide to Natural Dyes Made From Seasonal FoodsKitchen
We’re all about sourcing, prepping, cooking and eating good food here at The Kitchn, yet there’s one area we seldom think about: using food plants as dye. But now that I have the beautiful poster pictured above hanging in my kitchen, I’m inspired to take another look at my food scraps and consider what color they might produce on a t-shirt, or a napkin. Take avocado pits, for instance.
May 6, 2013
Eat the Rainbow! This Poster Shows You the Vitamins in Your Fruits & VegetablesPeople
Eat your greens… and your reds, and your yellows, and your violets. That’s the message of this bold and informative poster. Want a reminder of just which nutrients are in your fruits and vegetables? Hang this on your kitchen wall. This infographic and poster was designed by Russell van Kraayenburg of Chasing Delicious. (Remember his great seasonal produce calendar?
Apr 25, 2013
A Home Cook’s Practical Family Heirloom: An Embroidered Seasoning ChartKitchen
We received a note from a reader named Peggy, who sent us these photos of the loveliest family heirloom: A hand-embroidered seasoning chart. Want to hear her story about this beautiful heirloom?  The art of seasoning is easy to master if you’ve got a good guide. In my family, ours was a seasoning chart, embroidered by my mother and hung at eye-level in our kitchen for easy reference.
Apr 11, 2013
From Grains to Grilling: 10 Food-Related Infographics, Charts, and FlowchartsSkills
I love a good infographic, and we’ve seen our fair share of good ones here on the site! From a guide to cooking any grain to the best food sources for your essential vitamins, from an apple variety flowchart to a wine and food pairing guide, here are 10 of our favorite food-related infographics, charts, and flowcharts from the archives: 1 Best Food Sources for the 13 Essential Vitamins: A Handy Infographic 2 Feeling Hungry? Grab an Orange!
Mar 18, 2013
Ever Wonder What Wine Goes Best With What Food? This Chart Tells YouKitchen
We’ve been on a bit of a chart kick this week. What’s not to love? Anytime we can look to a handy infographic to tell us what we’d otherwise spend a few minutes googling is to us a far better use of time, no? This wine chart is one such infographic. It’s not the be-all-end-all of wine and food pairings (and serious aficionados will want to nitpick, and that’s fine) but it is a good starting point.
Feb 21, 2013
Another Gem from Pop Chart Labs: The Cartography of KitchenwareKitchen
First there was the Splendiferous Array of Culinary Tools, which meant it was only a matter of time before Pop Chart Labs divvied up all the kitchenware tools, machines, and helpers into one awesomely exhaustive chart.Hailed as “the world’s most thorough mapping of kitchenware” (which we totally believe), the Cartography of Kitchenware includes “over 200 tools, machines, and manipulators, from mandolines to microwaves and ramekins to ravioli pins.
Jan 23, 2013
The Compendious Coffee Chart: The Newest Wall Chart from Pop Chart Lab!Kitchen
It was only a matter of time. Pop Chart Lab, maker of cool posters charting everything from culinary tools to cocktails, now has a new poster devoted to coffee. It details all the varied ways one can enjoy that morning brew, “from Chemex contraptions to French presses to the simple automatic drip.”Each poster measures 24″ x 18″ and is signed and numbered by the artists, from an edition of 1000. Buy It!
Sep 6, 2012
Look! Apple and Pear Prints by Enzo MariSkills
I’ve become quite fond of these large fruit prints by Enzo Mari, first designed in 1963 for Danese Milano in Italy. Graphic and mod, I think they look playful and a little bit cheeky when hung in kitchens and dining rooms. See more photos below:What do you think of these prints? Would you hang them in your kitchen?For fans of the look but not the price, check out this post for alternative suggestions! Buy It!
Aug 23, 2012
Meaningful Kitchen Art: Frame Your Old Family Recipe Cards!Kitchen
After you’ve scanned and printed those old recipe cards into versions more suitable for everyday use, here’s one way you can preserve the original: frame it! I love this collection of framed recipe cards. What a lovely grouping they make hanging all together on a kitchen wall!This collection of framed recipes comes courtesy of the blog Me and Alice. As she writes, the handwritten recipes all belonged to her mother, who passed away 16 years ago. She calls it “Mom’s wall.
Aug 1, 2012
What’s Your State’s Sandwich?People
Every now and then, a truly smile-worthy idea comes to our attention that blends food, culture, art, and innovation. This happened last week when we came across art student and designer Kelly Pratt’s project Stately Sandwiches.Essentially, Pratt set out to make a distinct and unique sandwich for all fifty states after researching each one exhaustively through books, the internet, and by calling local sandwich shops and checking in with residents.
Jun 18, 2012
When Are Fruits In Season? Stylish Produce Calendars from Chasing DeliciousKitchen
It’s Fruit Week at The Kitchn, and we’re diving into a whole five days of gorgeous fruit. When you’re eating fruit you want to make sure it’s at its peak. When should you buy strawberries? Persimmons? Blueberries? Take a look at this beautiful, stylish calendar from Chasing Delicious; it’ll help you see at a glance.This gorgeous calendar is just one in a series; there are two others — one for vegetables, one for herbs.
Jun 4, 2012
Kitchen Artwork: Vegetable and Mushroom Prints by Wendy MacNaughtonKitchen
Last year we wrote about Wendy MacNaughton’s illustrated farmer’s market series, inspired by her visits to the San Francisco Civic Center Farmers’ Market. Now two illustrations from that series—the mushrooms and vegetables—are available for purchase. Wouldn’t they be perfect hanging in the kitchen?The prints are available for a limited time through 20×200.
May 29, 2012