Unless I read the description, I wasn’t aware this is a series ads for the cookware company Eva Solo and just thought they are some interesting photography project about the food and recipe. Not sure is that a successful design or not. However, its minimalist appearance and neat arrangement of food is quite appealing as a visual recipe. But anyway, here is the words from the artist about the idea behind this project: We tried to show a product and ingredients together, illustrating a certain dish ideally made in that specific product. The images both function as a presentation of a product and as inspiration to various recipes.
In 2014, Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant contacted conceptual design studio Lernert & Sander to create a piece for a special documentary photography issue about food. The result is below interesting poster of 98 different raw food cut into perfect 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm cubes aligned on a staggered grid. Take a look at the poster, do you think you can name all those food? Here is a large version and a named version created by reditor ChanguitaPie
Carl Warner is a London-based photographer who uses fresh fruit, vegetables and meat to create foodscape and bring his imagination to life. Mr Warner starts work by drawing his ideas on paper. He then buys the produce and spends between one and three days assembling it with the help of pins and superglue. After photographing those setup layer after layer, he assembles them into one image in post-production which creates those dreamy landscapes and homey domestic scenes.
In Warner’s latest book “A World of Food” presents 12 of his amazing pictures – playful verse accompanies each image, guiding viewers through the pictures and inviting them to figure out the various foods used. And the idea behind that is to encourage healthier eating among younger children. Such a wonderful book for parents and children to look through together. And if you are interested in Warner’s fantastical world, you can check our previous posts about Warner’s work – “Fascinating Scape Work” and “Fascinating Food Landscape“.
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