Here’s a quick look at the work of photographer Emily Blincoe who creates wonderfully colourful pictures by arranging different foods and pants by their colour.
In what must take a long time, Blincoe picks ingredients like tomatoes and arranges them from reds to yellows, greens and oranges.
She has done the same for eggs, flowers, ice cream and even beans - a picture that really must have consumed a lot of time.
They say our minds always appreciate order and there’s certainly something strangely beautiful about seeing everyday ingredients in such a well ordered setting - just don’t try to do it with your mise en place, it will drive you crazy, trust us.
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