Take a look again. That’s a fruit in the picture which, happens to look like a standard juice box. No kidding! You can slice it up and devour it without a thought. Yes, no plastic, no packaging, it’s real fruit all the way.
Labels on fruits are peeled and discarded just like that. But Scott Amron has given the coded fruit label a second thought assigning it another function so that there’s no need to peel them off. How? Read on.
We were attracted by this beautiful set of advertisements made for Esselunga, the Italian retail store chain. The superb transformation of both fruits and vegetables has thoroughly mesmerized us. We are already imagining an animated story with the beautiful characters represented here. Are you?
It may seem surreal but how about it if we told you that the vegetables and fruits are real? These are Foodscapes, the creations of photographer Carl Warner from UK who uses the natural structure of different food items to create spectacular scenery and moment. Be it fruits, berries, nuts, vegetables or herbs, you can find all adorning his amazing interpretations.
As you can clearly see, the dress has been designed entirely from real foods/fruits. Waffle pants, dress made from bread…makes us want some more!
The entire collection is a part of Food Fashion by designer Ted Sabaese.
‘An apple a day keeps the doctor away’…..but when apple is composed of such colorful array of fruits surely anyone thriving on these is bound to be healthy! This gorgeous arrangement of fresh fruits to create the apple rainbow logo simply looks awesome but you might have noticed that no apple pieces have been added here…
Fruit juice is supposed to be the most healthiest drink ever. They are natural, tasty (usually), colorful and ofcourse extremely nutritious. If you are one of the juice lovers, you will find this interesting. Check out these juice boxes which look like real fruits just to keep you more motivated in having these healthy drinks. The box design actually represents the drink inside.