We just love coming across creative food art, especially when it pays tribute to great artists. On this ocassion we stumbled upon a group of photos that replicate the painting style of Mark Rothko. The twist? The homage is done with colored rice.
This amazing art work is the result of a collaboration between New York-based photographer Henry Hargreaves and chef/stylist Caitlin Devin. According to Feauture Shoot, this food art project was inspired by the recent defacing of a Rothko painting at the Tate Modern in London.
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