The Pizza in the Wild Series Revolves Around an American Staple

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 27, 2014 • References: jonpauldouglass &
The Pizza in the Wild photo series is a fun project that may elicit some mixed responses. While most people will chuckle at the sight of such an American food staple being thrown into odd scenarios, others will be mortified at the waste, possibly even hoping that they happen upon a shot in order to walk away with a free slice or two.

Shot by Jonpaul Douglass, a photographer based in Los Angeles, California, the Pizza in the Wild photo series was inspired by a work of graffiti that had been tagged with a classic pepperoni pizza in its center. He decided to throw real pizzas into urban settings including off the rim of a basketball net, on the hood of a car as well as the back of a poor pony. Stats for Quirky Outdoor Food Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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