Pasta Art Store
If you’re looking for pasta art and pasta posters, this mouth-watering selection is for you. Just click a category or scroll down to view:
Like all AllPosters.com's offerings, each of the posters below is available as a simple, cost-effective print, produced on canvas, or framed in the style of your choice.
Just click the pic to customize and buy the poster you love.
These prints use different types of pasta to create delectable wall art.
This first Michael Stockmann poster is a pasta lover's delight and a great quick reference tool to boot. It features numerous pasta shapes with their correct Italian names – from bucatini to farfalle, linguine, capelli d'angelo (angel hair pasta) and many more. Choose from just the poster or a range of enhanced frame options.
It doesn’t get more rustic than the wooden pasta box print below. Created by Riccardo Marcialis - who is arguably 'the Don' of boxed pasta-shape prints - this piece features no less than 14 different pasta shapes in dark wood containers. Measuring 27.5 x 19.5, it will give any kitchen a wholesome Italian feel.
If you want your poster of pasta to have a slightly educational feel, this French-style pasta starter is a great choice (‘les pâtes’ means pasta in French). It spans many interesting shapes and with its white background will stand out against any colored wall.
A cracking piece of pasta art for home, school kitchens and cookery classes, this highly-informative poster of pasta types is a clean and highly symmetrical piece.
This spaghetti art piece is one of a series of fun n' curvy pasta art prints by Daphne Brissonet. Featuring the Italian pasta terms 'pasta all’uovo' (pasta with egg) and 'passione' (passion of course!), it’s playful and - like all the pasta posters here - available as a simple poster, mounted, printed on canvas, and even laminated.
Country kitchen classics with a distinct 'bel paese' (beautiful country) feel. Place over a knobbled wooden table for full rural effect...
The countrified ‘La Pasta’ piece below screams ‘frame me!’, as it would look perfect in a properly mounted kitchen position. Maybe on the wall of a Tuscan villa’s kitchen, opposite a kitchen window with a view of the rolling countryside? The framed version is shown here, but less expensive print-only versions are also available. (Click the pic to view these.)
Based on a ravioli recipe but presented in a chunky cut-and-paste style, this next piece simply makes you want to munch fresh pasta parcels and sip fine chianti. One of those prints that works both at home (in the kitchen or another room), and in a bistro or café.
Perfect for any country kitchen, this Stefania Ferri 'Pasta Fresca' (fresh pasta) print has a lovely, warm palette and nice homely feel. (Check out Stefania's other prints too when you click the pic - they are more in this style).
A sumptuous selection of super-crisp pasta shots.
Named Pasta Italiana, this first piece features fresh pasta making utensils and some delicious-looking, ready-to-boil tortellini.
Quite simply a stunning piece of pasta art next... featuring different colored balls of tagliatelle from Sardinia in Italy, Dallas Stribley’s photograph features a wonderful palette running through cream and beige to purple and pink.
As crisp and clean as any print here, Camille Soulayrol’s bizarrely-named Flowers on Spots conjures up images of the most exclusive Italian restaurant you can imagine. Check out the detail in all those primo piatto (first course) dishes. Scrumptious.
This cute-n’-messy baby photo has, quite literally “ooodles of noodles”. Produced by Solomon, it’s one of AllPoster’s best pasta sellers and it’s easy to see why. Too cute!
A kind of modern take on a previous style, this classy black and white spaghetti print wouldn’t look out of place in an upper-class high-street eatery.
Titled ‘Basta Pasta’ (enough pasta), this Dana Simson creation is a fun-packed fat chef piece with more plates than hands. It really would make a fun-packed addition to any kitchen or living room.
Do you love that Tuscan look? Bring those warm, earthy tones into your own abode with my friend Renate's info-packed 'Tuscan Decor Guide'.
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