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Playing with food

Don't you remember your parents always telling you to stop playing with your food? I do, many times. Especially when I saw these pictures that brought back some fond memories. These clever compositions made with fruits and vegetables, by Swedish photographer Carl Kleiner, are simply delightful. The little creatures —from his Cafe M, Beirut series— can easily be part of a Dr. Seuss tale. They're crafted so beautifully, they look almost animated. If his work seems familiar, it's because Kleiner also shot the unique images for IKEA's cookbook Homemade is Best. I just can't have enough of his innovative style, so I thought you might get a kick out of it too. I hope you're having a fab weekend!

Reader Comments (8)

These are super fun .. and just too cool. Even my kids loved them. Great find (-:

Dec 11, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterLinda from OEKE

Look so cute !! I love the zebra...hahaha..By the way, are you throwing them away after you did this?

Dec 12, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterCarine

Hi Carine,
I'm glad you like them... I didn't make these. I just found them through the photographer's website. So I'm not sure what they did with them after they were shot. Cheers,

Dec 12, 2010 | Registered CommenterEduardo

Yes, almost everything got thrown away... It didn´t look very yummy after being played with that much and things fell down on the floor and then up again...

Dec 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterEvelina
Haha what a cute post (yeah i know it's an old one but i only stumbled across your site like yesterday and I love your blog!) love the zebra and the lion =)
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