PHOTO: BARTHOLOMEW COOKE

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Food Art is often made to tantalize the tongue, but in the case of Bartholomew Cooke, it sets out to intrigue the mind. The artist, whose work can be seen across the pages of The Atlantic, Wired, and Times now has his sights on the dualistic nature of what we eat. His digital portraits for Smithsonian Magazine convey a deeper aspect of food, as he takes things like: pickles or pretzels and transforms them from their everyday familiarity into subtle and refined objects of beauty.

 

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