Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

Austin-based photographer, Emily Blincoe, enjoys working with color. In fact, her work with color is borderline OCD.

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

While she has done other color coding work before like flowers, sodas and personals, this sugar crazed collection caught our attention. In a series of photo controlled with one color, Emily organizes a neat display of treats.

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

Photos of Neatly Arranged Color-Coded Candies [NSFK]

[sugar series via Colossal]

P.S. NSFK = Not Safe For Kids

  • Scott in Montana

    I love this project. It seriously appeals to my OCD!

  • Jeffrey Guyer

    That is really cool. I don’t know if I have that kind of patience, but I’m glad someone does.

  • patrick d.

    Though i like the color harmony of the images, the lighting is kinda off/uneven. if you like this sort of thing, you should check out Todd McClellan. I played around with it (http://photogagogblog.com/?p=539). It’s actually very zen when you get into it. Mainly, you need no kids, animals, breezes, clumsy spouses/coworkers nearby especially if you have your work on the floor. I recommend museum wax to hold things in place.

  • joe_average

    um, weird; and I’m boarderline ocd too. but I guess it is a whimsical and colorful snapshot of sugar these days. so I say it passes the delectable artistic test :-P

  • DaveH