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Original food art from illustrator Elizabeth Graeber

GrapefruitWashington, D.C., artist Elizabeth Graeber, whose self-published "An Illustrated Guide to Cocktails" (with Orr Shtuhl) was a big hit last year, is now posting original drawings and illustrations for sale on her website Food on Paper.

You can just browse through the drawings or search by category -- breakfast, lunch, dinner, sweets, fruits, vegetables, etc. Most of the unframed artwork is priced at $100 (a few are $75). You could buy something that strikes your fancy for yourself or as a gift and find a frame at the flea market.

It's a simple way to add some color and personal style to your kitchen -- and support a hardworking, talented artist at the same time. 


About "An Illustrated Guide to Cocktails"

Animal at le Grand Fooding Milan

Architectural cake-off at M&A in Silver Lake

-- S. Irene Virbila


Image: Illustration of a ruby grapefruit. Credit: Elizabeth Graeber

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