Photographer and visual artist Dan Cretu recreates everyday objects out of fruits and vegetables. With his sculptures, Dan transforms common everyday eatables into recognizable objects. Thus a couple of oranges become a bike and a cucumber is used for building a camera.
Where you look and see a discarded orange peel, he pictures a bicycle. Or an old-school camera. Evidently, there’s nothing this talented Romanian photographer can’t create out of what most people would consider highly unexpected materials.
The heritage dishes of Singapore are in danger of dying out, as tastes and lifestyles change among younger people. But some chefs are working hard to keep the dishes alive as an important reflection of Singaporean identity.
Deconstructed turkey has practical origins: the dark and white meats on a turkey require different treatments and cooking times, and so should be taken apart and cooked separately to ensure juicy meat.