Rome - Zaha Hadid Gingerbread, hard candy, lollipop sticks
Mexico City - Fernando Romero Candy balls, gingerbread, sour rolls, taffy
London - modern extensions, Herzog & de Meuron Gingerbread, hard candy, cotton candy, bubble gum
available on 2 formats, either as fine art paper prints or fine art canvas prints. Mounted with wooden bars and string like a classroom map has an additional expense.
pigment archival print on canvas mounted
44x38in (aprox) edition of 5 $4000
24x20in (aprox) edition of 20 $2000
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Cheese and bread
banana and plantines
UK and Ireland
Canvas hanging print
18x24in limited edition of 20 prints per image, $1500
30x40in limited edition of 5 prints per image $4000
Organized by month, Food Scans is a series that showcases the beauty and bounty of seasonal fruits and vegetables throughout the year. Just as produce picked at peak flavor requires very little adornment on the plate, such was the case with these pictures. Simply placed on the scanner, we're able to see every curve, nook, and cranny in incredible detail — and mirrored images allow us to explore symmetry, natural beauty, and the way imperfections and inconsistencies often become the most breathtaking examples of nature's artistry.
a collaboration between Caitlin Levin and Henry Hargreaves
48x36in limited edition of 3, $5000
32x24in limited edition of 10, $1500
Power Hungry shows how authoritarian regimes throughout history have used food as a weapon, systematically oppressing, silencing, and killing people through starvation.
We want people to literally and figuratively sit down and look across a table to see the glaring disparities between the “haves and have nots." The world has clearly changed tremendously in just a few short decades. Swaths of the world's people, once routinely afflicted by sweeping hunger, have more regular access to food than before. Indeed, even some poor populations now face a greater threat from obesity than from starvation.
Yet tremendous imbalances exist in places both far away and closer to home. Many throughout the world are still forced to survive on the most meager of meals, or nothing at all, while a powerful few lavish in absurd culinary luxuries.
These are just a small sampling of the communities where such contradictions exist.