Tiny human figures on food transformed into landscapes

chocolateworkers A food imaginatively transformed into a variety of landscapes by Japanese student Akiko Ida, 37, and Pierre Javelle, 39. And in an effort to catch out lazy-eyed observers, the pair have included tiny figures and props to make their scrumptious settings seem real at a glance. Working from a home studio in Paris, the photography duo have devoted hundreds of hours into tricking onlookers with tiny sets in their mesmerising ‘minimiam’ series.
sushipeople snowcream saladarmy pieminers peaweightlifter nutsboat mashroompainters icepenguen Included in the collection are arctic animals playing on top of marshmallow icebergs…

icecreambeach huntingcookie golfdonuts eggstennis coffesugarcleaners … And even a sugar mine

spacecoffe Cleaning up dangerous radioactive waste on a plate

akikoandpierre Renowned food photographer Akiko, 37, said, “As a child I would take pictures of different kinds of food and classify them in a journal. Their works, which are for sale, have been exhibited across France and USA.


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    great mind, what the real trick is ?

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