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Dutch artists Lernert and Sander cut raw food into 98 perfect 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm cubes, creating a tantalizing geometric display. This viral photo was commissioned by Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant for their their food-themed documentary photography special.  The two artists started collaborating on art-related projects in 2007, and their first film together explores different ways to melt a chocolate bunny.

Dutch artists Lernert and Sander cut raw food into 98 perfect 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm cubes, creating a tantalizing geometric display. This viral photo was commissioned by Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant for their their food-themed documentary photography special. The two artists started collaborating on art-related projects in 2007, and their first film together explores different ways to melt a chocolate bunny.

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Dutch artists Lernert and Sander cut raw food into 98 perfect 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm cubes, creating a tantalizing geometric display. This viral photo was commissioned by Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant for their their food-themed documentary photography special.  The two artists started collaborating on art-related projects in 2007, and their first film together explores different ways to melt a chocolate bunny.

Dutch artists Lernert and Sander cut raw food into 98 perfect 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm cubes, creating a tantalizing geometric display. This viral photo was commissioned by Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant for their their food-themed documentary photography special. The two artists started collaborating on art-related projects in 2007, and their first film together explores different ways to melt a chocolate bunny.

食欲の秋、虹色ごはん。 食欲抑制にちょうど良さそうな虹色の食べ物。 フォトグラファーが作ったアートだそうです。 見た目は嫌いじゃありません。 食べたいとは思わないですが。 via: 鮮やかすぎて食欲減退効果アリ。『虹色ごはん(FOOD OF THE RAINBOW)』 【東京ナイロンガールズ】

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Brittany Wright Food Gradients7.jpg

広告会社勤務 WorK in Advertising Production as a planner / director of Interactive contents.

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Citrus Gradient :: wrightkitchen.com.jpg

Bryan Ware, an inventive dad in San Francisco, has come up with a brilliant way to reuse leftover crayons that get thrown out by restaurants and schools – he melts them down and recycles them into new crayons for children at hospitals.

Bryan Ware, an inventive dad in San Francisco, has come up with a brilliant way to reuse leftover crayons that get thrown out by restaurants and schools – he melts them down and recycles them into new crayons for children at hospitals.

#Aerials by /www.bernhardlang.de

#Aerials by /www.bernhardlang.de

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