'Dirty-Dish Art' Features Scratched Pans That Look Like Planets

By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran - Published: • References: artnewsworldwide & weburbanist
The mark of a truly gifted photographer is one who can create beautiful pictures with any object, as shown by 'Dirty-Dish Art Photography' by Christopher Jonassen. This photo stream engages audiences with frayed frying pans. Christopher Jonassen's photographs depict the insides of heavily used pans because he noticed that they have a striking resemblance to planets.

The pictures would fool any viewer into thinking that the images were taken using a high power telescope pointed directly into space. However, the shots are merely a product of Christopher Jonassen's kitchen experiments. He adds a quote to this photo stream writing: "To eat is to appropriate by destruction." If you are looking for a contemporary spin on dishes, 'Dirty-Dish Art Photography' is the perfect fit. Stats for Frying Pan Photography Trending: Older & Buzzing
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