Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant asked them to make a photograph for their documentary photography special, with the theme Food. Lernert & Sander transformed unprocessed food into perfect tasty cubes of 2,5 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm. I find it wonderful. Look at the colors…
Who are they?
Ever since they began collaborating in 2007, the artists and filmmakers Lernert & Sander have been known for their high-conceptual art films, eye-catching installations and keen fashion aesthetic. Driven by their cheeky sense of humour, Lernert & Sander’s simple yet stunning approach has earned the duo numerous awards, international accolades and industry-wide recognition. They live and work in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Knit and vacuum sealed meats and fish by Stephanie Casper. What a replica of supermarket items. I love knitting art, and the way it merges into daily life. Bringing beauty back to the protein section, Knit Meat is Casper’s capstone series after graduating Pratt Institute.
Hung for real? No photoshop? I like this project very much, when we’re starting printing food, and decoration is becoming more and more industrial and accessible. Thousands of cake designers are now sharing thousands of pictures where macarons or wedding cakes come out of fairy tales. Boring isn’t it? But here all the project is beautiful and dreaming. Like precision, styling, chocolate and type.
This new series of ads has been created by art/design collective NAM for the Harbour City Chocolate Trail, a charity project for the Hong Kong Blood Cancer Foundation. See behind the scenes videos of the project here.