The Dan Cretu Eco Art photography series encourages one to play with their food. The Romanian artist combines his love for photography and eco art, capturing a citrus bicycle, orange-peel kicks, a sausage cassette tape and a sesame seed soccer ball among other everyday objects he creates from groceries.
These witty sculptures are infused with imagination and whimsy, each carefully constructed and filled with plenty of personality. The Dan Cretu Eco Art portrait series takes inspiration from the food we eat.
From its bright colors and intriguing textures to its versatile materiality, food makes for a great material choice when creating sculptural art. Cretu encourages individuals to look at food differently, urging them to find the same visual inspiration he was struck with.
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