Carl-Johan Paulin Injects Psychedelia into Produce

By: Matt Ho - Published: Mar 8, 2011 • References: & featureshoot
Normally when produce starts developing strange colors, it's a sign that you shouldn't be eating it; however looking at Carl-Johan Paulin's photography has me thinking otherwise.

Sure, the color on the fruits aren't natural in these Carl-Johan Paulin photographs, but heck, I'd say they look good enough to eat. His work features technicolor food items that are flashy, vivid, and so psychedelically awesome. It's one of those image collections that you can't stop looking at due to its artistic nature; plus it's also incredibly trippy. Paulin isn't limited to just capturing acid-tripping items, he's also got an impressive portfolio feauturing models in whimsical environments that are definitely worth checking out.

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