Taiwan Street Food Collection | Pen Illustration | Print
While traveling in Taiwan, I kept a small sketchbook handy at all times. I was enthralled by the ubiquitous yet unique "stores on wheels;" colorful, often chaotically constructed carts dishing out cheap, tasty food.
Clockwise from top left: shaved ice, pig's blood cake, coffee in a shipping container, green onion pancake.
TOFU PUDDING: This douhua dessert cart was spotted at the fringes of the Shilin night market in Taipei. It was selling douhua (sweet silken tofu pudding) and shaved ice.
PIG'S BLOOD CAKE: This motorcycle was parked on a shady side street in Beitou. The cart was actually closed when I spotted it, no storekeeper in sight.
COFFEE: This coffee stand housed in a shipping container allowed me to satisfy my coffee cravings by the Paper Dome in Puli. There's a great coffee culture in Taiwan, and it's everywhere.
GREEN ONION: This cart was in the middle of a busy side street by Longshan Temple. They were selling both pancakes and fresh, deep fried donuts (common for pancake carts).
Paper: 60lb. Matte, 229gsm
All items in the shop are illustrated (on paper or digitally) by me. If it is a paper item, it is also printed by me on my inkjet printer.