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Artist makes 3D models of food using cut-up bits of cardboard

Antilope Jan 3, 2013 10:59 AM

At first glance this tray of chicken and vegetables looks like the makings of a tasty meal.
But a closer inspection suggests the results would be a little dry.
What appears to be chicken, carrots and parsnips is in fact a three dimensional sculpture made entirely from cardboard.

Spanish artist Stefanie Herr prints out images of food such as chicken, steak, sardines or onions, and applies the pictures to hundreds of pieces of cardboard.

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    DGresh Jan 4, 2013 04:44 AM

    what I don't quite understand is why someone would want to "immortalize" the look of supermarket chicken legs in a styrofoam container! It's the least appetizing sort of "food".

    1. alkapal Jan 6, 2013 06:50 AM

      strange things people find to spend their precious time on. haha.

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