“Goodforks is based in Vancouver and supports a new sustainable food system: www.thegoodforks.com To support my friends’ great attitude, we created a series of photos featuring fruits and vegetables to illustrate the beauty of a healthy and happy food system.” 1. Statistics, 2. Mission, 3. Power, 4. Community, 5. Structure, 6. Food Doing Good.” – Marion Luttenberger
Photographers Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida have created a series of humorous dioramas that depict miniature people going about daily activities in an world made up of edible ojects. The project entitled MINIMIAM, which is a play on words that marries miniature and “yummy.” The project has been ongoing since 2002 and was inspired by the married couple’s profession as commercial food photographers.
Stefanie Högl and Matthias Borowski are a group that go by the name of Kollektiv Plus Zwei. For their project, “The Importance of the Obvious,” the collective used a variety of materials to create abstract sculptures that resemble hard candy.
Emily Blincoe is an Austin, Texas based photographer who created a brilliant series based on colour coordination and some of our favourite sweets. By organizing different candies in a meticulous and clean way and photographing each group.
Dorota Pankowska is a young street artist from Brampton, Ontario, Canada who is creating magnificent street art work from household products. The artist is creating logos on walls and objects of companies using their very own products (i.e. Gilette logo out of shaving cream). Some blogs out there are calling the Pankowska “Food Banksy”.
Spanish photographer Esther Lobo, aka FahLoSue, has created a new oproject known simply as “Rorschach”. The Madrid-based photographer uses various food items to create works of art inspired by Rorschach inkblot tests.