'Diversions' Transforms Plates of Food Into Beautiful Artwork

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Apr 18, 2013 • References: minkmgmt
You may have been scolded for playing with your food, but the new book 'Diversions' celebrates the beautiful possibilities that may manifest themselves from some creative meal time arrangements.

Shot by Bohman+Sjöstrand, the book is an elegant collection of Japanese cuisine that will make your stomach growl and your eyes dance. Diversions looks at food from a new angle; transforming lobster tails and sushi into items that look like they belong in an art museum. Pieces of nigiri are garnished with petals and green foliage while one image features pieces of sushi scattered amongst egg shells and rice hidden beneath blooming flowers.

If you consider yourself a foodie, Diversions will satisfy your appetite while creating an even greater appreciation for what you eat. Stats for Curated Japanese Photo Books Trending: Older & Warm
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