Big Appetites is a series of fine art photographs by American painter, photographer, writer and director Christopher Boffoli. Each artwork of the series features miniature figures engaged in a theatrical moment within a food formed landscape. The series is referencing both a cultural fascination with tiny things as well as an American enthusiasm for excess, especially in the realm of food.
Israeli sculptor Shay Aaron makes the most adorable and delicate miniature sculptures I have ever seen. He makes amazing models of everything edible, from pizza to glazed donuts to grilled chicken. I think there is literally nothing he could not make a model of! So mouthwatering! Don’t you just wanna eat them up?
Rotting food probably never looked better. These intriguing, yet slightly disgusting still life photographs are Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler‘s reaction to the nature of global food waste. With his series One Third he describes the connection between individual wastage of food and globalized food production. Each still life features some type of rotting fruit set against a black background, capturing an unexpected beauty in decay as well as our attention.