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Food Glorious Food?

Following on from my last post about the unexpected potential of the humble scanner, I have since found another scanner artist that I’d like to bring to your attention. Like many other platen-glass practitioners, Seattle/New York  artist Jon Feinstein is no stranger to “real” photography (as you will find by looking at his website – http://www.jonfeinstein.com/fastfood.html), but has used a scanner to produce his thought-provoking “Fast Food” series.

With kind permission of the artist, Jon Feinstein

With kind permission of the artist, Jon Feinstein

Simultaneously revolting and eerily beautiful, the images are exactly what you might imagine from the title: fast food, in all it’s greasy glory, isolated in a sea of blackness – your snack-on-the-run as you’ve never seen it before.

With kind permission of the artist, Jon Feinstein

With kind permission of the artist, Jon Feinstein

With kind permission of the artist, Jon Feinstein

With kind permission of the artist, Jon Feinstein

With kind permission of the artist, Jon Feinstein

With kind permission of the artist, Jon Feinstein

With kind permission of the artist, Jon Feinstein

With kind permission of the artist, Jon Feinstein

Jon explains the background to this project…

Enjoy your lunch…

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