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Historic American landscapes, recreated in technicolor junkfood

Written on June 19, 2016 at 4:57 pm, by

Junk food, in the name of art. Two US photographers are filling their carts with sugar-laden cereals, processed meat and fizzy drinks to create a new kind of American landscape photography: the “food desert,” literally.      Inspired by black and white landscapes shot by 1860s photographer Carleton Watkins, Chicago-based duo Barbara Ciurej and LindsayContinue Reading

Best Thing You’ll Find on The Internet Today: Meryl Streep on Food

Written on June 11, 2016 at 4:24 am, by

You know what they say, the best things in life doesn’t come for free but thanks to the internet it does! I am probably the most amused out of everyone I’ve shown this too. And kudos to the person who started this Instagram account. Click through the above for my favorites, then follow the accountContinue Reading