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The Myth of Frigg by misteronüff, via Behance

Les Enfants Terribles by Claudia Ficca, via Behance

Les Enfants Terribles by Claudia Ficca, via Behance

Les Enfants Terribles by Claudia Ficca, via Behance

100 gr sladki confectionery by Ludmila Slokoski, via Behance

100 gr sladki confectionery by Ludmila Slokoski, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

Food Stylist: Marmiton by Jesiel Maxan, via Behance

GoodFood magazine: Photography by Ludmila Slokoski, via Behance

Fruit and vegetable carving in Thailand today is a traditional and highly cultivated art. Not only is the taste and aroma of a dish important but also it's visual appeal. Serving food attractively is an skill that has been practiced for centuries in both Europe and Asia. In Thailand food presentation has been elevated to the status of an art which can require years of study and practice.