Today we're highlighting Food Scans, the new food-related project he created in collaboration with Caitlin Levin: the series showcases the beauty and bounty of seasonal fruits and vegetables throughout the year. Organized by month, the project simply places food on the scanner: enabling us to see every curve, nook, and cranny in incredible detail.
As you can see in the gallery at the top of the page, every month seasonal fruits and vegetables - from fava to figs, tomatoes to chives - are scanned and mirrored creating surrealist compositions.
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