The newly released work by Dutch design studio Lernert & Sander went viral today and we’re celebrating it. This creative couple has made a spectacular photograph of 98 perfectly-diced raw food pieces distributed in space with geometric precision. Named Cubes, that project was commissioned by a Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant for an article devoted to food documentary photography.
The newly released work by Dutch design studio Lernert & Sander went viral today and we’re celebrating it
The 98 cubes measure 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm and are made with a variety of foods, from fruits like kiwi, watermelon or pineapple to chunks of salmon, cabbage, mushrooms and many other delicacies. The result is visually amazing. The cubes are arranged on a gray background highlighting color variations and different food textures, veins and fibers. Placed with the utmost precision and cut all the same size, this food sample is decontextualized so that the cubes just look like the tokens of a board game. A way to visually convert organic elements into something artificial and almost plastic. Drop by Lernert & Sander and take a look at all their projects.