Brunch City, Miniature Cities Made From Their Iconic Foods

Illustrator Bea Crespo and photographer Andrea G.portoles teamed up to create this ongoing photographic series called “brunch city” that features miniature landscapes of famous cities popping up on the foods that are iconic of them. They use food as an artistic medium…

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Athens

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London

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New york city

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Paris

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Madrid

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Tokyo

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Rome

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Brussels

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Berlin

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Marrakesh

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Beijing

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Dublin

Bea Crespo | Andrea G.Portole | via designboom

1 Comment

  1. If I wasn’t expecting it to be so much better, compared to the other artists work on this site, I’d be more impressed. For example… New York isn’t necessarily known for french fries. Hot dogs, maybe. Pizza, more so than fries. And those little paintings of buildings on the fries… they would have been much more impressive if they’d have been sculpted, like the statue of liberty. Tokyo, also. That one was just a cop out. And what’s up with the London cup cake? Is Britain known for cup cakes? And Athens? What is that, a tub of lard?

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