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Geographical Topography Applied To Food In Styrofoam Packaging [Pics]

Geographical Topography Applied To Food In Styrofoam Packaging [Pics]
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Stefanie Kerr combines food and geography to create an interesting abstract effect.

by Yi Chen
  • 23 november 2012


German artist Stefanie Kerr has cut quality matboard and photo rag that applies geographical topography to everyday packaged food. Each topography resembles a styrofoam container filled with various foods like meat cuts, vegetables, and sausages.

You can only make out the item from a bird’s eye view, and if you look at it from a lower angle, the food becomes a landscape of curves, terrains, and mountains. Each artwork is entirely executed by hand and is not only named after a real natural landform or habitat, but is also influenced by the ebb and flow of the landscape.

Click through to see more examples from her collection.

Stefanie Kerr

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