These colorfully – and carefully -- arranged photographs that resemble food morse-code were created by Dennis Adelann and Carolin Wanitzek in promotion of the ‘Food Throttle’ diet app.
The process behind these immaculately orchestrated food photographs was a difficult one; some of the smaller foods had to be placed just so with the aid of tweezers, and an entire sneeze could throw the whole project out of whack. Production also had to move quickly to ensure the more succulent ingredients wouldn’t seep through the colorful backgrounds. Despite the posed challenges of working with food, the final product is a work of art.
Explaining why this pristine food arrangement was the best way to advertise for the app, Adelann states, "Food Throttle’s philosophy of dieting is very organized and structured. So we decided to show the meals in a kind of constructed pattern on bright colors.” The app functions by pairing data from over 300,000 NYC restaurants to recommendations from doctors and dieticians.