Wednesday, June 16, 2010




Who wouldn't want to lick mountain snow to realize it was soft powdered sugar. Or, dig for glossy jewels hidden between juicy watermelon peaks (personally I would eat my way through them). Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle collaborated to create photos that display life alongside food. Surreal, idyllic and a depiction of every foodies fantasy. These photos connect the mind and body showing how the cravings of one's belly can inspire a world of pure imagination.

To see more from the project Minimiam by the Japanese and French photographers check out this link: http://www.minimiam.com/en/goen.html

2 comments:

  1. This is fantastic. I love "tour the france" around the doughnut. You could lose weight just by looking at it.

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  2. that was one of my favourites too. The pastry is called a Paris Brest. It was inspired by a bicycle race in France. The round shape of the dessert is supposed to mimic a tire.

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