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Food as architecture

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Posted by Creative Review, 20 May 2011, 10:35    Permalink    Comments (10)

Love this delicious new series of images from photographer Gary Bryan where everyday foods take on a monumental quality

Bryan's personal project takes perfectly positioned piles of different foods to create images that have a completely transformed sense of scale. The milk and white chocolate above looks like some kind of 60s housing scheme while these wafers (below) resemble a model for a fairly grim civic centre.

In the last shot of the series sugar cubes become ancient ruins

 

Bryan says there is no CGI involved, just retouching and lighting.

See more of his work here

If foodie perfection is your thing, check out our previous post on Forsman & Bodenfors' Ikea baking book

10 Comments

Food from machines as machines. Nice
Sclondon
2011-05-20 10:54:41


so good, simple and impressive! bravo!
badinicreateam
2011-05-20 12:44:56


I love it!! Especially the coffee and doughnut and cheese + grater pictures on his page.
LW
2011-05-20 13:01:25


stunning.
neil clarke
2011-05-20 17:34:36


ummmm
sara scharaf
2011-05-21 08:04:04


very absolute, it's look a triangle cream
LIMYY
2011-05-22 14:43:56


Ah yes...The gourmet version of Lego.

One can achieve so much with a few Chocolate Fingers and a Wagon Wheel.
Curator
2011-05-23 19:56:05


Fresh and original. They stand out!
brian fraser
2011-05-24 10:21:14


Gripping, I passed this on to a friend of mine, and he actually bought me lunch because I found this for him, so let me rephrase: Thanks for lunch.

ICSI
2011-05-24 12:49:00


Loved it. The combination between art and chocolate is one that should be displayed more frequently!
teresa hardan
2011-05-24 19:33:12


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