Inspired by culinary tourism, artists Caitlin Levin and Henry Hargreaves arranged and photographed food in geographic shapes. The “Food Maps” they made depict countries, sovereign states, and continents with a myriad of foods that are significant if not native to the specific culture. Spices represent India, pasta-ready fruits and vegetables make up the boot of Italy, and shrimp take the shape of Australia, just to name a few from the series. Rich in color and texture, the images beg to be hung on the walls of restaurants and tourism offices the world over.

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