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There's something refreshing about geometry, a shape is a shape and is something instantly recognizable - unlike numerous variable that are involved with maps shapes remain the same shape.
But when you see perfectly formed geometric shapes made from everyday items, in this case food, it can have a strange affect on the mind.
These patterned geometric shapes and drawings from the Turkish artist Sakir Gökçebag takes food and displays it in striking ways.
Watermelons, beans and apples are chopped, sliced, diced and presented in a number of shapes and patterns.
Via Design Boom