It's definitely more interesting than your college roommate's food photos, or your cousin's concert pics.
It's not always pretty, or perfect, but these artists are giving you—for free—images that are equal parts inspiring and eye-opening, and are almost always exponentially better than whatever you've followed so far.
A dish that includes squid ink noodles, pork and candied lemon looks dark, murky and rich, but actually has a very light and refreshing taste.
In addition, this chef has a trained artistic background in oil painting, bolstered by a passionate need to step far outside of the box and strike a forward path from an unhappy childhood.
Only this art show is a little more unique than the typical private gallery show at a secret downtown Los Angeles loft.