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Brief Published: 13 Apr 2012

Vinyl Desserts at 33 RPM

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Swedish photographer Philip Karlberg has worked in collaboration with chef and stylist Mattias Nyhlin to translate pop songs into edible dishes, which have been photographed spinning on top of vinyl records.

Capturing the dishes against vivid backgrounds, the method of photography causes the colours of the foods to become blurred, resulting in an abstracted interpretation of each dish that combines the sensations of hearing, taste and sight.

Philip Karlberg

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