Edible Art: Frida Khalo Inspired Fruit Salad

A fruit salad recipe inspired by a still life painting by Frida Khalo.

Over the past month, my kid has been all about watching the animated movie Coco. Seriously, first thing in the morning, after naptime, and before bed, the requests are non-stop until I hit the play button on the remote. I love that it has inspired her to pick up her little 1 string guitar (once upon a time it had 6) and dance around the apartment strumming to whatever words she feels like singing.

Another cool thing about this movie is how much artist Frida Kahlo is featured! Like when Hector tries to impersonate her so he can cross the bridge, and when Miguel meets her in her studio chock full of imagery she was known for along with her pet monkey.  There, she previews a rehearsal for him with a papaya resembling birth, and mothers milk made by tears from a cactus that looks like her, to which she asks Miguel “Is it too obvious?” Continue reading “Edible Art: Frida Khalo Inspired Fruit Salad”

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How to Create a Maternity Bump Time Lapse Video Using After Effects

This post is about how I put together my own maternity bump time-lapse, and features quick tutorial on After Effects basics.

Have you stumbled upon this post because you just found out your pregnant and looking for a creative way to document it? First off, congrats!  I hope this post gets you pumped and ready to start documenting ASAP. I found out I was pregnant about 5 weeks into the first trimester and knew immediately that I wanted to document it somehow. With my background in video and photography, doing a time-lapse was the first thing that popped into my head. Continue reading “How to Create a Maternity Bump Time Lapse Video Using After Effects”

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Edible Art: How to Make Obliteration Cheesecake

A fun cheesecake recipe inspired by the artwork of Yayoi Kusama.

I’ve been craving cheesecake a lot lately, especially cheesecake flavored fro-yo topped with cheesecake bits. So I was excited to finally have time to whip together this Yayoi Kusama inspired cheesecake over the weekend. Did you know that National Cheesecake Day was this week too?! Honestly I didn’t, so let’s mark our calendars for July 30 next year and do this again. Cool, it’s a date. Continue reading “Edible Art: How to Make Obliteration Cheesecake”

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