Lithuanian artists Emilija Vinzanovaite and Jolita Vaitkute create food portraits that replicate famous people and photos.
While these food displays look like nothing but haphazardly placed platters and items of food from certain angles, from other angles the displays make up large portraits of famous people. Some of these portraits include Albert Einstein and the 'Afghan Girl' -- the young refugee whose piercing eyes covered the National Geographic in 1985. The anamorphic food portraits consist of strategically placed food items that make up these poignant images when viewed or photographed from certain angles.
These creative portraits, made from nothing but fruit, chocolate, desserts and vegetables could be an interesting method of displaying food at promotional events, parties and conferences.
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