Photo: Ray Touma*Photo with credit notation of ©Ray Touma
Japans traditional bento has gained worldwide popularity due to its minimalistic style. I think it represents the nominal way of life.
I cut a whole cake to minimum size.
I have a cook license. Then, I cook a cuisine for a bento lunch box.
I ask homeless people in LA to collaborate with me artistically by allowing me to take their photos.
After coronavirus (COVID-19), I ask homeless people in LA to collaborate with me to take their photos for an art project.
I use photography to emphasize the importance of 100% organic food items.
My shoot involves washing belts and shoes, splitting them apart, and then cutting them into bite-size pieces.
I express how contemporary opaque foods are blended into daily meals and then made into a paste.
I took photos of painted sweet bun green and dropped cannabis tincture in the US California.
I removed the apples’ cores, that is, the seeds, with a special tool.
I attempt to boil up various cuisine like a Melting Pot.
I pressed Kimchi, Kebab and various countries cuisine on round formwork.
I took photos of raw beef and pork in elastic plasters.
I am actually dropping Beef bowl and Instant noodles. Then, it take a high speed shooting by professional photographer.
I pile up a convenience store's lunch boxes are like a mountain.
I take photos at local food center in Singapore.
I take photos of that ground meat which has the shape of animals made with the help of cookie cutters.
The ice cream was normal temperature. Then, I shot photos while the ice cream was melting.
I prepare baby foods for infants and liquid foods for elderly or sickness people.
I simply took a photo of myself flipping a hamburger.
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