This magical world of tiny people and giant food is the expression of Seattle-based photographer Christopher Boffoli.
It's a fascinating world - a type of savory Willa Wonka - with ice cream cones being used as tents, peppercorns as soccer balls and men climbing towers of crackers and squeeze cheese. As charming as the images are, the photographer says his work reflects ''the American enthusiasm for excess, especially in the realm of food.''
Christopher's Big Appetite series is being exhibited at Winston Wachter Fine Art in New York until August 24th. If you can't make it to the exhibit, you can see more of his images on his website.
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