I love your simple but great ideas!:>
Very humorous. I like the pumpkin pie dollop. How is it that we just can’t get our food to look like the picture?
The milk pour in the Grape Nuts is pretty revealing.
I know, I know–the dollop collapsed the moment I daubed it onto the pie.
The Grape Nuts pour is brilliant!
This speaks to the possibility of the solace of everyday joys and in the face of everyday disappointments—the food does not look like the photos, but there is pie, there are chocolate cookies, there is a tapioca parfait!
How do they get the milk to pour in a beautiful arc? Mine went straight down.
Fantastic! For the grape nuts, they probably used heavy whipping cream instead of milk and poured it from a liquid measuring cup with a spout or a tea pot to get that arc.
Aah, I used a measuring cup too, but I only had skim milk.
Looks like they photoshopped the milk in 🙂
The whole picture is really crazily fake for the Grape Nuts. To recreate the “flying out of the bowl” part, I had to tie mine up with fishing line.
Amazing recreations. I want to come eat at your house.
The pumpkin pie photo cracked me up! It looks so sad (yet so so yummy)
It was rather pathetic looking. I tried to do the leaves on the crust, and crusts really aren’t my strong suit. It tasted great, though.
It look like you had a lot of fun doing this project! Very fun!
It was fun, especially because it resulted in dinner for a few days.
Looks like so much fun! I loved the Pumpkin Pie and the Grape Nuts
Yesss! Those were the ones that actually made me laugh to create. Well, and the moment when I squeezed the tuna out of the pouch and it looked nothing like the picture on the packaging.
So good to be reminded how silly is our obsession with perfection. Our faces, our bodies, our food, our lawns, all meant to be Photoshop-perfect. Time to opt out! Think I’ll go melt some whipped cream on my tunafish.
Ugh, I hate that the cereal boxes don’t even look like styled food–they look like cartoon food.
Awesome series. The pumpkin one is my favorite.
Thanks–I forgot how hard it is to make pie crust.
I have read of your project about an hour ago on an italian magazine (it was an article called “toast art”!) and I think that the way you create some stuff, some art, some new point of view and food for tought from everyday life is amazing!
An enthusiastic italian student
Thanks so much for your response. We’re trying to keep ourselves inspired.
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These are great. you should do fast food next.
That’s an awesome idea.
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