William Kass Plays with Food to Create Sculptural Landscapes

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jul 7, 2014 • References: wkass.500px & boredpanda
Entitled "Minimize – Food", this photo series by artist William Kass showcases sculptural scenes that are made using one's favourite snacks.

The Brazilian artist uses fruits, vegetables and other popular food items to create miniature landscapes. These compositions range from seaside beach scenes to somber graveyard sites that are incredibly lifelike.

William Kass transforms fresh orange slices into backyard swimming pools and pizza dough into a fighting ring for two sumo wrestler characters in two of his most memorable pieces.

The artist's edible landscapes change the way we look at food and include tiny people figurines that are immersed into their tasty surroundings. These fascinating art pieces make us long for the days of childhood and encourage one to spend more time playing with their food. Stats for Miniature Food Dioramas (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Popular
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