The meals were originally created as a fun way to get her daughter to eat — even if the poor girl had to bite the heads off of characters such as Snoopy and Batman. The series has since spawned one of the more popular Instagram accounts of its kind, with over 224,000 followers. See more from Lee’s awesome project here.
We love you, food. But we’re so busy consuming you, that we never take the time to see what’s on the inside. Cut Food, a photo series by New York-based photographer Beth Galton, explores the innards of our meals by deliberately cutting them down the middle.
From split ramen to a bisected corn dog, the series remains visually stunning while perhaps providing a little too much information. See more here.