AIDAN
SARTIN CONTE

FORKSn'ROSES

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Food has always played a significant part in our social and cultural lifestyles. It is the central part to everyone’s day to day lives. Back in time, food has always played a role in art. For example, Egyptians carved pictographs of crops and bread on hieroglyphic tablets. During the Renaissance, Giuseppe Arcimboldo painted whimsical puzzles like portraits in which facial features were composed of fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Cezanne’s chunky renderings of apples and oranges. Thus, it is no wonder that the depiction of food as art spans across cultures and all of recorded human history.

Photographing food is an art. Aidan Sartin Conte, an Italian photographer, and designer based in Washington DC, combine his love for photography and food to create his series called FORKSn'ROSES. Aidan's series is full of details - yes, it is true - beautiful food is pretty much always appealing to look at, however, is not only about the food, but it is also how this food and the components included in each image mix together in order to create each image of this mesmerizing series.

Aidan is widely known for his original and dreamy style. His art is full of symbolism and he tries to give a detailing depiction of his world that balances thought and imagination.

Here is a selection of Aidan's FORKSn'ROSES series. Just try to get through this series without your stomach grumbling.

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Food has always played a significant part in our social and cultural lifestyles. It is the central part to everyone’s day to day lives. Back in time, food has always played a role in art. For example, Egyptians carved pictographs of crops and bread on hieroglyphic tablets. During the Renaissance, Giuseppe Arcimboldo painted whimsical puzzles like portraits in which facial features were composed of fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Cezanne’s chunky renderings of apples and oranges. Thus, it is no wonder that the depiction of food as art spans across cultures and all of recorded human history.

Photographing food is an art. Aidan Sartin Conte, an Italian photographer, and designer based in Washington DC, combine his love for photography and food to create his series called FORKSn'ROSES. Aidan's series is full of details - yes, it is true - beautiful food is pretty much always appealing to look at, however, is not only about the food, but it is also how this food and the components included in each image mix together in order to create each image of this mesmerizing series.

Aidan is widely known for his original and dreamy style. His art is full of symbolism and he tries to give a detailing depiction of his world that balances thought and imagination.

Here is a selection of Aidan's FORKSn'ROSES series. Just try to get through this series without your stomach grumbling.

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Food has always played a significant part in our social and cultural lifestyles. It is the central part to everyone’s day to day lives. Back in time, food has always played a role in art. For example, Egyptians carved pictographs of crops and bread on hieroglyphic tablets. During the Renaissance, Giuseppe Arcimboldo painted whimsical puzzles like portraits in which facial features were composed of fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Cezanne’s chunky renderings of apples and oranges. Thus, it is no wonder that the depiction of food as art spans across cultures and all of recorded human history.

Photographing food is an art. Aidan Sartin Conte, an Italian photographer, and designer based in Washington DC, combine his love for photography and food to create his series called FORKSn'ROSES. Aidan's series is full of details - yes, it is true - beautiful food is pretty much always appealing to look at, however, is not only about the food, but it is also how this food and the components included in each image mix together in order to create each image of this mesmerizing series.

Aidan is widely known for his original and dreamy style. His art is full of symbolism and he tries to give a detailing depiction of his world that balances thought and imagination.

Here is a selection of Aidan's FORKSn'ROSES series. Just try to get through this series without your stomach grumbling.

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