28 Jun '15, 3am

Brock Davis’ Photographs Give New Meaning to Playing With Your Food

Inside the imaginative mind of Brock Davis , ordinary pieces of food are transformed into fantastical objects. Using vegetables , candy and cereal as materials, the artist assigns each a new purpose, then photographs the adorable results. His simple transformations will forever change the way you look at the food on your plate!

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/brock-davis-photographs-give-new-mea...

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