The Light Inside, A Photo Series of Glowing Fruits and Vegetables

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Brought to us by Romanian photographer Radu Zaciu, The Light Inside is a wonderful photo series of glowing fruits and vegetables.

Created by placing a light source inside pieces of produce, the project was inspired by the German word for ‘lightbulb’ (glühbirne) — which translates to ‘glowing pear.’

The result is a surreal photo series that often resembles a painting, X-Ray, or planet. Check out more below, or over at Zaciu’s Flickr site.

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[link, via Junk Culture]

BrunchCity, Miniature Cities Placed On The Foods That Best Represent Them

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Brought to us by illustrator Bea Crespo and photographer Andrea G.Portoles, BrunchCity is a fun project that places a miniature illustrated version of a city atop a food that best represents it.

A beautiful miniature Tokyo sits on a roll of sushi, while a croissant creates an appropriate landscape for Paris.

The project is the result of a few things that the duo enjoys the most… food, travelling, illustrations, photos and creativity. Check out the series below and over at BrunchCity to see if your favorite city received the food treatment.

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New York City

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Dublin

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Beijing

[link, via designtaxi]

A Series of Vitamin Letters Made From Foods That Contain Them

vitaminsLithuanian artist Andy Diak created a fun typography series, Vitamins. The letters and numbers represent vitamins and minerals, e.g. A, C, K, Zinc, etc., and are made up of foods that contain the most of each.

Citrus and peppers make up a C, while Zinc (Zn) is created with beans and seeds. See more of the delicious typography here.

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Film Roll Salt and Pepper Shakers For Analog Seasoning

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While you probably don’t use actual film anymore, you’ll still need to properly season your food.

Film Roll Salt and Pepper Shakers will have you using those antiquated canisters again — one for salt, one for the pepper.

Brought to us by Photojojo, you can give a pair to a photographer who doesn’t appreciate bland food, or keep them for yourself and have fun explaining film to the kids.

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[link, via TAXI]

Sex and Takeout, An Instagram Series of Naked People Posing With Food

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Australian photographer Sarah Bahbah uses her Instagram series Sex and Takeout to create a more accurate account of food porn.

The series shows eaters, either barely-clothed or not at all, posed with various food items. The meals, which are mostly take-out items enjoyed leisurely in their home, are used both for consumption and to cover up the goods.

Check out more of the series below and over at Bahbah’s Instagram account here. Sorta NSFW.

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[link, via TAXI]