What happens when you bring together food and portrait photography, and add 16th-century painter as an inspiration? Polish photographer Anna Tokarska has created photos that combine exactly these elements in a series of surreal portraits – made entirely of food.
The series is entitled Arcimboldiana, and it’s a set of eight photographic pastiches inspired by the works of the Italian mannerist Giuseppe Arcimboldo. He is often referred to as the precursor of surrealism, and Anna wanted to pay homage to this artist and his unconventional portraits.
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