poppzzicles
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mayahan:

Watercolor Paintings Painted with Ice Cream by Othman Toma
mayahan:

Watercolor Paintings Painted with Ice Cream by Othman Toma
mayahan:

Watercolor Paintings Painted with Ice Cream by Othman Toma
mayahan:

Watercolor Paintings Painted with Ice Cream by Othman Toma
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naomiroyall:

Isolation
An abstract exploration of the use of darkness and shadows in food photography (a very extreme exploration). 
Inspiring me in this exploration ~ the food photography workshop given by Aya Brackett alongside the rich array of produce on sale at the Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market in San Francisco. I felt encouraged to explore food in more abstract forms after seeing some more of Aya’s photography, particularly her vibrant work for upcoming recipe book Bitter. 
I have a penchant for dark and moody food photography ~ see the gorgeous, sumptuous work of Stephanie Shih. It also seems many food blogs are trending toward darker styles these days in the quest for rustic, cozy sentiments. It’s fun to play with something more extreme and isolated in the above photos.
naomiroyall:

Isolation
An abstract exploration of the use of darkness and shadows in food photography (a very extreme exploration). 
Inspiring me in this exploration ~ the food photography workshop given by Aya Brackett alongside the rich array of produce on sale at the Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market in San Francisco. I felt encouraged to explore food in more abstract forms after seeing some more of Aya’s photography, particularly her vibrant work for upcoming recipe book Bitter. 
I have a penchant for dark and moody food photography ~ see the gorgeous, sumptuous work of Stephanie Shih. It also seems many food blogs are trending toward darker styles these days in the quest for rustic, cozy sentiments. It’s fun to play with something more extreme and isolated in the above photos.
naomiroyall:

Isolation
An abstract exploration of the use of darkness and shadows in food photography (a very extreme exploration). 
Inspiring me in this exploration ~ the food photography workshop given by Aya Brackett alongside the rich array of produce on sale at the Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market in San Francisco. I felt encouraged to explore food in more abstract forms after seeing some more of Aya’s photography, particularly her vibrant work for upcoming recipe book Bitter. 
I have a penchant for dark and moody food photography ~ see the gorgeous, sumptuous work of Stephanie Shih. It also seems many food blogs are trending toward darker styles these days in the quest for rustic, cozy sentiments. It’s fun to play with something more extreme and isolated in the above photos.
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abcucino:

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http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenner
abcucino:

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http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenner
abcucino:

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http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenner
abcucino:

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http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenner
abcucino:

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http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenner
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80s-90s-supermodels:

"Dubalancetdesculeurs…", ELLE France, April 1995Photographer : Marc HispardModel : Rosemarie Wetzel
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fritesandfries:

Question of the Day: Would YOU spend $36 for 3D printed candy? [Buzzfeed says it tastes weird.]
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chefro:

Ice Hat.
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chefro:

Food Font.
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chefro:

Nori.
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