Naz Sahin Ozcan is a New York based graphic designer. Born and raised in Turkey, she moved to New York from Istanbul in 2005 to study design and entrepreneurship at School Visual Arts' MFA Design program. A dedicated cook, Naz also holds a degree from French Culinary Institute's Classic Culinary Arts program. Her blog Feasting Never Stops is a shout-out to unexpectedly beautiful representations of food.
Instagram is fun, but sometimes postcards are just nicer. These
striking designs from Curious Feast were created by 10 artists.
A collection of 100 postcards pretty enough to use as gift inserts or notecards. -New York Times
Deliver handwritten notes of thanks and love to friends and family with ease by keeping these delicious postcards on hand.. This is a must-have gift for the food lover who also appreciates the art of, well, art. - Cooking Light Magazine
Give the whole set as a gift, frame individual cards as art or send them to friends. -Washington Post
Some of the cards show food in shocking detail, some are of beautiful still--life paintings and some are just plain wacky--because nothing says 'thinking of you' quite like a kale leaf inside a banana peel. -Food Network magazine
Weird in the best way possible!...Food and art lovers alike, which by our brief poll includes everyone you know, can appreciate the 100 whimsical postcards in Curious Feast. -Bon Appetit