Since I have a serious sweet tooth today, I decided to browse and share some artwork featuring desserts!
A smiley face can add such personality to almost anything. I enjoy how the bubbly characters in Coffee and Pie pop due to the usage of bright colors and the centered placement of the design. Not to mention, it’s just pretty adorable.
This design, by The Mayberry Sparrow, reminds me of how treats can seem overwhelming to children when they are staring at them in anticipation. I love that the girl in this design has a very polite demeanor even though she is faced with a tall stack of cupcakes.
Sometimes it can be hard to share a delicious dessert, but Something Sweet serves as a reminder that it’s always nice to have a friend by your side to enjoy the best things in life. I like the light pattern that is created by the branches and leaves, and the fairytale quality of having dessert with an avian companion.
I love the usage of pastel colors and the simplistic nature of this design. All you need is the smile on the girl’s face to tell that she couldn’t be happier to have a mountain of ice cream on her head. Needless to say, if I had a huge tower of ice cream at hand, I would be pretty pleased myself. (Well, maybe moreso if it were on an actual cone.)
I love this vintage inspired collage for its toned down colors but eye catching design. The innocent and light quality of this design reminds me of retro commercials and signage, and inspires me to make some desserts from scratch. I think that this design would be wonderful on a birthday card or invitation.
And in the spirit of the upcoming October holiday, Halloween, here’s Frank’s First Birthday. Blowing out candles on a birthday cake is a traditional and joyous moment for most, except for a flame fearing monster. I love this design simply for its humor and its intricate detail. Although Frank is framed by some other frightening friends, your eye is still drawn to the decorated cake and Frank’s worried expression.
On that note, I think that I’ve had my share of desserts! Which designs did you find the most appealing?