Imagine, meticulous teenie tiny replication of various meals, fruits, vegetables, beverages. This is what Shay Aaron does. The now 28-year-old Israeli miniaturist, who cites Jamie Oliver and his mom’s kitchen as inspiration, utilizes Fimo clay to replicate anything from apples to zucchini. What I love best about his work is the attention paid to the smallest of details; the translucency of the lemonade, the breads appearing as if they’ve just come out of the oven, the spots of dirt on the freshly unearthed carrots. You’re almost tempted to indulge. View more of his work on Flickr or Etsy.
Artist Shay Aaron’s Work Screams, “Don’t Supersize Me”
Categories: ARTS & CULTURE
Tags: food art