So, photographer Henry Hargreaves has decided to get gadgets, and cook them in a deep fryer. He says: “I see similarities between tech culture and fast food. Quickly devoured and then discarded.” And the man has got a point. And plenty of cool photos to demonstrate it.
p.s. No actual electronics were harmed in the making of these amazing shots: all of them were made out of foamcore. Still they look like the real thing. And also appetizing, like most things deep-fried.
By art director and photographer Alison Anselot. Click on each pantone chip for the recipe:
Salmon Mango Tartar
Saffron Parmesan Risotto
How amazing are these tiny food sculptures by Shay Aaron? Very amazing. Check more of them here.
Cool shit. Found on Hustler of Culture.
This dude, takes fast food items, and basically “redresses” them to make them look ‘gourmet’. Check out this Jack in the Bento Box:
Adrian Ferrá, famous spanish chef, concocted a caipirinha ‘popsicle’. It’s basically a glass rimmed with a frozen caipirinha (he says he got it frozen using a liquid nitrogen technique, invented by him). And for the final touch, he also adds sugar cane sticks. It seems like a perfect refreshment on a summery day.
and this one found by CvE (Chris Von Ende):
Yummy pork ribs with banana pudding for dessert. All that coupled with a nice, sunny, fall day in LA. After that, it’s hard to get back to work.
Costelinha de porco com pudim de banana pra sobremesa. Tudo isso debaixo de um sol de outono maravilhoso, que você só encontra aqui em LA. Depois de tudo isso é difícil voltar pro trabalho.