Food Stamps is a photographic series by Australian photographic artist Lisa Sorgini. The projects, defined by the artist "a somewhat accidental collage", combines images old National Geographic images and everyday food from Sorgini's kitchen: rice, milk and candies become part of a beautiful and entertaining union.
"These serendipitously came together to create a series of images with renewed and implied meaning", Lisa Sorgini explained: if you don't know it, enjoy the gallery at the top of the page.
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