Product design & fashion illustrator, Gretchen Roehrs, creates amazing fashion illustrations using everyday foods as the designer clothes! This San Francisco based artist has climbed the ranks of Instagram with over 80K followers and has gained the coveted verified badge. Roehrs' artwork has been featured in magazines like VogueRefinery 29The Huffington PostSeventeen and has even appeared on The Rachael Ray Show. We caught up with Roehrs to learn more about her creative mind and her brilliant and vibrant artwork.

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TH: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? 
GR: I am an artist named Gretchen. I’m 26 and live in San Francisco, where I design mobile applications and illustrate for fashion companies.

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TH: How much planning goes into each of your works?
GR: My work is very organic and impulsive—it’s whatever I have laying around and am eating!

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TH: What is your greatest source of inspiration?
GR: My greatest source of inspiration is the market where I live. It’s bursting with beautiful produce and flowers.

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TH: Once you have finished a piece of art, what do you do?
GR: I eat it!

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TH: Do you think that artists see the world differently than others?
GR: I think one of the great things about being an artist is showing others how differently you see things and inspiring them to do the same!

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Find out more about Gretchen Roehrs on Twitter, Instagram and her website