Knitted Food by Jessica Dance
I suppose it must have happened to you like me, that if you have looked at the photos in this post without reading the title you will have confused the food knitted by Jessica Dance with real food. It seems to me that they are very well achieved.
This project recreating different foods in wool is a tribute to the culinary landscape and the diversity of dishes that we can find in British cafes and fast food restaurants. The creator of such successful images is photographer David Sykes.
What has caught my attention the most is the profusion of details in each photograph and also its lighting, which matches the woven foods with the real ones. Doesn't it make you want a full English breakfast just by looking at them? Surely more than one would fall into confusion.
Do you know what practical use I find in these foods knitted by Jessica Dance? Exhibit them as a claim in the windows of food stores, for example. Although the truth is that I would not mind having them at home because they seem precious to me, I would already find a place to place them.
Via | Jessica Dance Live at the Paladar | Food sculpted on paper by María Laura Benavente Sovieri En Directo al Paladar | What do the soldiers eat? Around the world around the rations of the armies
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