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Spider Sandwiches for Bloomsbury Publishing
Mark Northeast

Mark has been creating bespoke food art for clients across Europe, taking a wide range of ingredients and using them to construct a picture or 3D object.

Mark has worked with publishers on magazine spreads, retailers, food and drink brands on an array of weird and wonderful projects. He has made 100 edible Lego bricks to promote a DVD launch and spent over 7 hours constructing a Supermarket scene from fruit and vegetables.

So whether you are looking for an image for an ad campaign, a way to enhance your product packaging or to promote an event, we can work with you to create a stand out piece of food art that will get your customers talking.

If you need someone to bring your ideas to life or would like us to create something from your brief, get in touch.

Who is Mark Northeast?

In May 2009, Mark stumbled across something that would point his career in a different direction.

A simple child's sandwich cut into the shape of a Space Rocket sparked an idea that soon turned into an international hit, with television appearances, magazine and newspaper articles and a global following on social media sites.

Funky Lunch became a multi-award winning business running creative food workshops for primary schools and interactive birthday parties up and down the country. He is the author of two award winning recipe books that encourage children to try healthy new foods in a fun and exciting way. To find out more about Funky Lunch, click here to visit our website.