Wednesday, March 30

the art of cooking, 'homemade is best'

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These awesome photographs of recipe ingredients were styled by Evelina Bratelle and photographed by Carl Kleiner for a Swedish IKEA cookbook called "Hembakat ar Bast" or "Homemade is Best." You can watch a video of its making here.

I am quite certain this would be my dream job, though I've never really given this kind of activity a shot. Lately I fall in love with every creative job I see.

Sorry if this is old news. I inadvertently took a two-year blogging break, but I need to post it here for my own inspirational purposes.


Image source: Carl Kleiner

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9 comments:

Ashley A. said...

These are a lot of fun. They kind of make me hungry though. What is wrong with old news? Its great to revisit things. I also don't feel the need keep on top of the latest and greatest. Maybe that is why i'm such a terrible blogger. I have stepped off the treadmill and am doing a leisurely walk (with three itty bitties in tow).

Sarah Morgan said...

Such stunning pictures! What a wonderful way to display a recipe.

M. said...

i hadn't heard of it! this sounds amazing. i'm right there with you. : )

xoxo

Tracy said...

These pictures are so cute! Thank you for reminding me that playing with food can be so much FUN!

Amanda Conley said...

I love these. I'm so glad to see them again. Even if it weren't food, the patterns are genius. The use of food just makes them extra special.

jaclyn @ thelateafternoon said...

i love these images! i posted about "homemade is best" awhile ago and still can't get enough of how cool these are. here's a few more "homemade is best" images: http://www.thelateafternoon.com/homemade-is-best

Rebecca said...

I love these! And they were probably such fun to make!

Lane Anderson said...

Liar, liar! You do take photos like this. I have seen them on your flickr account. They are photos of makeup and stuff, and not food, but it's not too far off. Maybe sometime you can post some of those :)

I like your photos the best of all the photos on your blog!

Julie said...

I never tire of seeing these-so darn clever!