Edible Earth by Katie Fotis Looks Deceptively Inedible

By: Meghan Young - Published: Dec 11, 2013 • References: katiefotis & trendland
The food photography series titled Edible Earth by Katie Fotis, an art director and set designer based in London, England, is very deceptive. At first a person might think that it involves crystals and gems made to look like food thanks to the constant cutlery in each shot as well as props like a takeout container. In reality, it revolves around jellies made to look like precious gems.

Created in collaboration with Bompas & Parr and photographer Steve Gallagher, Edible Earth by Katie Fotis shows just how creative food can be. As written on Fotis' website, "Edible Earth series is served up with a masculine and sardonic wit mixed with a playful aesthetic challenging perceptions of the pleasures associated with food in an experimental way." Stats for Crystallized Jelly Food Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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