Thursday, December 4, 2008

Como agua para chocolate





The new Theme of the EST challenge is let you inspire by your favorite book,
this topic was chosen by Bee of Bonnieboon, go check her gorgeous shop!.

Well, my all time favorite is Como Agua para Chocolate of Mexican novelist Laura Esquival: , it's translated as: Like water for chocolate.

The novel follows the story of a young girl named Tita who longs her entire life for her lover, Pedro, but can never have him because of her domineering mother's traditional belief that the youngest daughter must not marry but take care of her mother until the day she dies.

Tita is only able to express her passions and feelings through her cooking, which causes the people who taste it to experience what she feels.
I am a big fan of magical realism which is typical for this novel.
Magic realism, or magical realism, is an artistic genre in which magical elements or illogical scenarios appear in an otherwise realistic or even "normal" setting.

Inspired by this magical story about passion,
I tried to make a necklace with the color of dark chocolate and a passionate red colored corozo rose. Yhese two warm and yummie colors inspired me to make other creations and I feel like making a whole colelction of them....
They are available in my Etsy shop!
You can find the other entrys for this challenge in Bee's blog.

7 comments:

matchstickgirl said...

fabulous i love like water for chocolate ... its so beautiful !!! well done !!!

ArtMind said...

Yeah, I love the movie & the book! Amazing story! Well done, it looks gorgeous! :)

Heli said...

New book for me! Thanks for the tip :)

l'actrice said...

It's a wonderful story! In only saw the movie! I love your piece Come agua para chocolate!
BrownBunnybyIris

ana carina said...

Never read it, never saw the movie, but I heard about the book a lot.
If it is has good as these babies, I'm going to read it.

Fleur, amazing pictures! So yummy!

nanouke

ThePeachTree said...

What a fantastic idea for a challenge :) And I LOVE what you've come up with. Your work has always inspired me.

MGMart said...

Both so sweet, your story and your new jewellery :)
I just adore everything you make Fleur!!
Love from, Marianna