Before food was in high-def, as we see it today, it was all pixelated… True story. Apparently, artist Toshiya Masuda remembers 8-bit foodstuffs, and has created a brilliant art series, titled Low Pixel CG.
Masuda’s food and everyday objects are made from ceramic, with additional pixels painted in. Masuda refers to this merging of media as “image gap,” where the analog transitions into the digital. Check out more here.
[link, via Spoon & Tamago]
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