We seem to have a strange fascination with all things mini - from teacup pigs to paintings on sugar cubes. There's something there that warms up our heart with every glance towards that direction. Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida clearly feel the same way. Since 2002, the duo has been photographing a series of playful dioramas combining miniature figurines with various kinds of food. Titled . . .
Okay, who of you knew that bananas could ever look like this? I am a fan of the banana (no sexual innuendo intended) and have one for breakfast each day - and even I had not seen it in its full potential. Romanian artist Dan Cretu takes the ripe fruit and carves patterns through its skin, the paints them to give each one its one unique character and personality. . . .
Call me crazy, but sometimes when you walk past things - do you see little faces? Whether it's a bend in the handrail, the foam of your coffee, or pucker in a lemon. Sometimes it's nice to look down on a Monday morning and find something smiling at you. Sarah Illenberger creates her own experiences and makes her food into rainbows, diamonds and disco balls. The Berlin-based art director and . . .
Leta Sobierajski is a Designer and Art Director who puts a refreshing twist on pop art with her wacky still life and modern interpretations of everyday objects. She combines design, photography, art and styling to create both pieces for print and motion. Through her use of mixed mediums, great colours and playful compositions, she has created a series of photographs that do not fail to please. . . .