Every element of the delicious-looking meals are made from some form of paper, showing an incredible attention to detail and creative use of stop-motion animation. So, who’s up for some paper cuts?
Veg of the Day — an awesome papercraft series by artist Polly Lindsay — is certainly nice enough when viewing straight-on. However, it isn’t until we catch a side view, that we realize what makes this project special.
Using layers of paper to recreate the intricacies of actual produce, they’re then spaced apart and tiered. This technique helps add soft shadows and depth to the minimalist food items. Finally, vegetables are interesting.
Brought to us by Lithuania-based studio Prim Prim, Taste The Font explores what some well-known fonts might taste like if converted to food.
Using some intricate papercraft, Prim Prim converts Times into a plate a bacon of eggs, with the rationale that the font was created to be enjoyed in the AM by ham and eggers. Comic Sans naturally becomes marshmallows, because Comic Sans is fluffy, empty, and has no nutritional value. See more here.