A Colorful Winter
We are big fans of food art (and organized groupings), as you know, so this is a great find that satisfies on several levels. French photographer Florent Tanet’s series A Colorful Winter explores scale, color and shape through artful arrangements of fruits and vegetables against pastel backdrops. These playful still lifes remind us that spring is just around the corner, and are reminiscent of work by Sakir Gökçebag.
Via Cargo Collective
These pictures would make a lovely calendar. The last picture reminds me of teeth, however.
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