Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Fendi and Gucci. These luxury brands are legendary names in fashion and are the inspiration behind a new project. Their iconic logos have been recreated with food thanks to the creative work of photographer Linus Morales.
Based in Sweden, Morales put his advertising and fashion experience to good use for The FabFood Project, which features all of the above haute couture brands made of everyday foods.
In his hands, Chanel's double-c logo is made of two sausages, Louis Vuitton initials are imprinted on toast and Gucci gets branded onto pork chops. It's an interesting mix of haute couture, imagination and humor.
Check out the images below and swing by Morales' website for more of his delicious work.
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