The graphic designer Dinah Fried has created a great series entitled Fictitious Dishes.
The series sees Dinah re create famous meals from movies and take bird eye view pictures of the dish and table setting.
She done The Catcher in the Rye, Alice and Wonderland and even a fictitious dish from the famous movie Moby Dick.
The series is a nice idea that's well executed and has a strange way of reminding you about a movie you have seen from a food angle.
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