New York-based photographer Beth Galton has a fascination with dissecting food. Previously, we featured her incredible food cut in half and now she's teamed up with food stylist Charlotte Omnès to give everyday foods the Rothko treatment.
In her latest project The Series of Textures, Galton has turned bologna, peanut butter, ketchup and fruit into modern art masterpieces. Each photo is so stunning it's hard to believe it is a work of art crafted from condiments that would go on a sandwich or a burger.
Check out some of Galton's amazing photography below and swing by her website for more amazingness:
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