ABOUT
PROJECT
EAT ART is a new brand of unique edible gifts, with a bright and unique design and deep meaning. It combines food design with art and fun. So, if you want to surprise someone and please their taste buds at the same time, then this product is just what you need.

It all started with a rethinking of one painting, or rather a portrait of Vincent van Gogh, but grew into a much more global story. We want to focus on how in today's world the value of art depreciates. We live in an era of hyper-consumption - and the works of art themselves and their authors have become the usual products available on the market. Therefore, we chose an exaggerated metaphor of consumption and literally turned the particles of paintings into food.
All products / projects of our brand will be inspired by paintings of world-famous and Ukrainian artists and will draw attention to their stories. We want these products to stimulate you to get to know, immerse yourself in a very interesting world of art and at the same time enjoy the taste.
All products are made of natural Belgian chocolate, according to the original design of Hochu rayu innovative bureau.

EAT food - love ART!
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Vincent's Ears
Vincent's Ears
Vincent’s Ears is a chocolate gift that will not leave you or your friend indifferent because it is not just sweets, it is about a deep story of a life and inspiration. Vincent’s Ears is the first product in our line of presents Eat Art, which is designed to inspire and entertain. We believe that this hyperbolized manner of presenting a story can attract attention to the real values of art.

Ears are made of assorted natural Belgian chocolate using only natural dyes.

price 400 uah
Idea & Inspiration
We took a real model of an artist’s ear, made a form for chocolates in the shape of this model, and now you can taste a work of art and enjoy the story about Vincent Van Gogh, art, and post-impressionism.

Eat Art - as the project has started thanks to Van Gogh. Looking at this unusual and interesting person, also inspiring by his works, we decided to create a brand, which will present you and your friends a unique taste and will inspire new great artists.
Interesting fact
A portrait used for design is one of latest and most famous works.

But it is not a portrait where Van Gogh painted himself with a cut ear. And it is not done by accident. We strive to motivate you to explore and learn more about the artist and his works.

An interesting fact that on this self-portrait Van Gogh painted himself with cut off right ear while in fact, he cut his left ear.
Taras Mustache
Taras Mustache is a chocolate story about a joke that got out of hand. The famous image of Taras Shevchenko, where he is portrayed as an old wise man with a mustache is not really faithful.

This present is about fun, a sense of humor, and love for art. We believe that art could make you smile.

Mustache is made of assorted natural Belgian chocolate using only natural dyes.

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Taras Mustache
Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis
By using the image and form of the ear, which the artist cut off, we created the design of pasta. This is an intersection of different technologies-pasta production and painting, different cultures- Italian culinary, Dutch art and Ukrainian design.

We have grown from an ear of Van Gogh DNA and made from the 3D model which formed the basis of the matrix that forms the final shape of pasta.
Portreit Story
The portrait we use on the package used with the permission of Rijksmuseum is the portrait of the artist with his ear, painted in 1887 in Paris. While after cutting his ears, Van Gogh drew some of his self-portraits without an ear, for example Self-Portrait with

Bandaged Ear (1889). Van Gogh used a mirror for his self-portraits which is why some mistakenly think that he lost his right ear instead of his left. lost his right ear instead of his left.
Kazimir's square
Kazimir's square
Kazimir’s Squares is a present for a person who loves dark chocolate, it won’t leave you or your friend indifferent. Squares is a present of delicate dark chocolate, which gives you a deeper understanding of an artist’s Kazimir Malevich vision. Elegance, conciseness and deep implication - these are just a few main features of this product.

We believe that any art has its own purpose and value.

Squares are made of natural Belgian dark chocolate.

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Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis
By using the image and form of the ear, which the artist cut off, we created the design of pasta. This is an intersection of different technologies-pasta production and painting, different cultures- Italian culinary, Dutch art and Ukrainian design.

We have grown from an ear of Van Gogh DNA and made from the 3D model which formed the basis of the matrix that forms the final shape of pasta.
Portreit Story
The portrait we use on the package used with the permission of Rijksmuseum is the portrait of the artist with his ear, painted in 1887 in Paris. While after cutting his ears, Van Gogh drew some of his self-portraits without an ear, for example Self-Portrait with

Bandaged Ear (1889). Van Gogh used a mirror for his self-portraits which is why some mistakenly think that he lost his right ear instead of his left. lost his right ear instead of his left.
Frida's Eyebrows
Frida's eyebrows are a gift for people who value originality, uniqueness and freedom of creative choice. Frida Kahlo is one of the most amazing and mysterious women of her time, who, thanks to her incredible vitality, was able to preserve her own identity both in painting and in each new choice of her difficult personal path.

Eyebrows are made of assorted natural Belgian chocolate using only natural dyes.

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Frida's Eyebrows
Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis
By using the image and form of the ear, which the artist cut off, we created the design of pasta. This is an intersection of different technologies-pasta production and painting, different cultures- Italian culinary, Dutch art and Ukrainian design.

We have grown from an ear of Van Gogh DNA and made from the 3D model which formed the basis of the matrix that forms the final shape of pasta.
Portreit Story
The portrait we use on the package used with the permission of Rijksmuseum is the portrait of the artist with his ear, painted in 1887 in Paris. While after cutting his ears, Van Gogh drew some of his self-portraits without an ear, for example Self-Portrait with

Bandaged Ear (1889). Van Gogh used a mirror for his self-portraits which is why some mistakenly think that he lost his right ear instead of his left. lost his right ear instead of his left.