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Mia Shulman, Managing Editor

Mia Shulman, Managing Editor

Mia Shulman is a lifestyle writer and managing editor of HGTV.ca.

 

Art To Satisfy Your Appetite

Posted by Mia Shulman, Managing Editor Thursday, January 3, 2013 3:19 PM EST

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What do a foodie and an art lover hang on their walls? These delicious looking prints that work perfectly in a kitchen.

 

From delicious dishes to quirky classic prints, these pieces will satisfy your creative cravings.

  Art-For-Chic-Chef

For a Chic Chef

Who can resist this fanciful vintage print of cake decorators? Perfect for the baker who indulges their love of frosting!

Giant Cakes by Achille Beltrame, $50.

 

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Art Imitating Life

Let this awesome photograph be a friendly reminder to clean out your fridge on a regular basis!

Bar Tender | San Antonio, TX | 1-Person Household | Goes to sleep at 8AM and wakes up at 4PM daily. by Mark Menjivar, $24-$2400.

 

Art-Playing-with-Food

 

Playing With Food

This creative ombre print is bound to inspire a delicious, not to mention colourful, caprese salad. 

Red and Green Tomatoes by Tracey Thompson, $145.

 

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Smoothie Brush Strokes

There’s no better way to start the day than with a smoothie, even if it’s just the sight of one when you dash out the door after sleeping through your alarm.

Blender by Workingwoman, $35.

 

Art-Vegetables

 

Seeing Green

A colourful collection of greens will have you envisioning tasty and healthy salads. Inspirational art at its best!

Vegetables by Wendy MacNaughton, $24-$120.

 

 Art-Campbells-Classic

Campbell’s Classic

Just like a good tomato soup, you’ll never grow tired of this classic print. Big or small, it’s a great focal point in a chrome kitchen.

Campbell’s Soup 1: Tomato, c.1968 by Andy Warhol, $45.

Topics: Art, Walls, Design, Decor, Food, Kitchen

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