Not Photoshopped: Pixelated Food Sculptures Look Like Digital Creations

[ By SA Rogers in Art & Sculpture & Craft. ]

Japanese art director Yuni Yoshida is well known for her surreal digital creations, particularly those manipulating the human body into unnatural forms, but a new series takes the opposite approach. “Layered” is a collection of food photography in which fruit, burgers and other food items are cut apart and rearranged in pixelated or spliced forms, making them look like Photoshopped images.

For the pixelated series, Yoshida selected the color palette in a given arrangement of food and sourced “pixels” from a variety of other foods to recreate the tones. Look closely at the “pixels” in the pineapple image, for example, and you’ll see that most of them aren’t pineapple at all, but the effect is brilliant.

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Yoshida uses a variety of techniques to achieve her signature surrealist style, from obvious digital manipulations to clever use of materials and photography angles. You can follow her work on Instagram.

The “Layered” series is yet another example of imagery that appears to be Photoshopped, but really isn’t. Check out 36 more fake-looking photos.

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[ By SA Rogers in Art & Sculpture & Craft. ]

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