Typography has turned into an art form unto itself, and that means it can take some pretty creative shapes. Becca Clason, a lettering artist from Salt Lake City has taken it to the next level by creating typographic pieces of work with food as her medium.
I love how something as small and simple as a word can make such an impactful and interesting design. The one word draws attention to the piece and the message it is trying to convey. The message comes across clearly and causes the people looking at the piece to think.
The "I" in the word "minus" has been capitalized to fit with the other letters in the word, but this person has cleverly rotated the letter to look just like a subtraction sign, reinforcing the meaning of the wry, without making the word unrecognizable.