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Yuni Yoshida’s pixelated food

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Giulia Pacciardi
Il cibo pixelato di Yuni Yoshida | Collater.al 1

Pixels are the smallest elements that make up an image, so tiny and numerous that they cannot be seen with the naked eye.
On the contrary, when you can see them, it’s not a good sign at all.
In all cases except one, when they become protagonists of a project.

This is the case with Pixelated, a series of photographs signed by Japanese Art Director Yuni Yoshida in which food and dishes are cut into many perfect squares that capture the colors of the ingredients, peel or pulp.
A series of surrealist and attractive images that we hope will become many more than they are now.

Il cibo pixelato di Yuni Yoshida | Collater.al 1 Il cibo pixelato di Yuni Yoshida | Collater.al 2 Il cibo pixelato di Yuni Yoshida | Collater.al 3

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Written by Giulia Pacciardi
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