The Cracker La-Z-Boy

Cracker couch by Domenic Bahmann

When growing up, sometimes Domenic Bahmann didn’t want to eat his vegetables, so he would play with them instead. Now he is an adult, and I guess some of that childhood fun has rubbed off in his latest photographic food series. From the McDonald’s logo made from yellow and red peppers, to a short-skirted girl with carrot legs that resembles film poster, “Innocence” (2004). All of Bahmann’s creations allow him to escape reality by entering an imaginary world.

See also: “Art on a Plate.”

Skirt and carrot legs by Domenic Bahmann Octopus banana by Domenic Bahmann MCDonalds Pepper by Domenic Bahmann Sydney Opera made with orange and banana by Domenic Bahmann Zuchinni Sinking Ship by Domenic Bahmann
Photos © Domenic Bahmann

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