Stacy Michelson

illustrator and author of “Eat This Book: Knowledge to Feed Your Appetite and Inspire Your Next Meal”

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Stacy Michaelson is an artist. She paints, makes silkscreen prints, and has a clothing line.

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LA-based artist Stacy Michelson decided a few years ago to illustrate every episode of Good Food for an entire year. Her food drawings are bright, colorful, and a lot of fun.

‘Eat This Book’: LA artist Stacy Michelson brings her unique drawings and fun food facts to new book

LA-based artist Stacy Michelson decided a few years ago to illustrate every episode of Good Food for an entire year. Her food drawings are bright, colorful, and a lot of fun.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In her new book, Stacy Michelson reveals that Americans eat more avocados on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day, and mochi ice cream was invented in LA.

‘Eat This Book’: LA artist Stacy Michelson brings her unique drawings and fun food facts to new book

In her new book, Stacy Michelson reveals that Americans eat more avocados on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day, and mochi ice cream was invented in LA.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Stacy Michelson and the Good Food picnic blanket she designed Photo by Christopher Ho 
 Green tea boba with a goofy face, smiling cheeseburgers and winking slices of pizza. These are…

Meet the artist: Stacy Michelson

Stacy Michelson and the Good Food picnic blanket she designed Photo by Christopher Ho Green tea boba with a goofy face, smiling cheeseburgers and winking slices of pizza. These are…

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