A Delicious World: Tiny People’s Fruity Adventures Would Leave You Stunned

by
Zohaib Ahmed
June 30, 2014: These fruity scenes are tasty as well as aesthetically pleasing.

Besides great taste, fruit and vegetables are just plain lovely to look at with wonderful colors and shapes. From an aesthetic point of view, these natural edibles have everything required to be used for artistic purposes. However, not many take their creativity there.

Brazilian artist William Kass is one of those rare creative minds who have stepped into this untapped gold mine. In his “Minimize – Food” photo series, he has created entertaining miniature scenes using fruit, vegetables, seeds, ice cream and other edibles

By turning red chilies into a goalpost, water melon into a cemetery and coconut into a fishing pond, Kass has introduced tiny people to an incredible world. The best of his edible art from the said series can be seen down below:

Top of the Corn

 

PEANUT junkyard

 

Indoor Climbing

 

Titanic Ice Cream

 

Radioactive Candy Drops

 

Tomato time capsule

 

CocoDiving

 

KitKat Garden

 

Gravity inside a Milk Box

 

Sugar Diamonds

 

Water Melon Cemetery

 

Orange Pool

Kass' work seems a bit similar to Christopher Boffoli's famed "Big Appetites" series, but it doesn't make it any less amazing. 

To view more of Kass' art, visit either his Facebook page or his website.

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