• Photographs of Fictitious Dishes
  • Posted 29 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 18940 Views
  • A new series by graphic designer and photographer Dinah Fried sees fictitious dishes from famous novels such as The Catcher in the Rye, Oliver Twist, Moby Dick, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo recreated and shot in a way which fits with the story and scene of the book. Can you guess which is which?

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    • second to last is alice in wonderland clearly
    • pp Posted 29 months ago · 32 Reply
    • catcher in the rye at the top. never read the others
    • john Posted 29 months ago · 34
    • Except there are pink Sweet n Low packets in the condiment tray and that product came out in the late 50s...
    • Vicki Posted 29 months ago · 34 Reply
    • #3 Most definitely Swedish mealtime!
    • Bain Posted 29 months ago · 30
    • yup!
    • john Posted 29 months ago · 42 Reply
    • Second is Oliver, and last is Moby Dick!
    • Max Posted 29 months ago · 24 Reply
    • Brilliant idea!
    • Harry Posted 29 months ago · 41 Reply
    • 1 oliver 2 catcher 3 alice 4 moby
    • jon Posted 29 months ago · 49
    • you missed the first one bud - catcher in the rye
    • J Posted 29 months ago · 34 Reply
    • I wish someone less lazy than me would put quotes of the passages where the dishes are mentioned...
    • Adam Ehad Posted 29 months ago · 20 Reply
    • Girl with the Dragon tattoo, Oliver Twist, Catcher in the Rye, Alice in Wonderland, and Moby Dick. This was a very cool idea!
    • Poppy Fields Posted 29 months ago · 31 Reply
    • he needs to photograph the fine kidney breakfast from Ulysses.
    • tempfile Posted 29 months ago · 22 Reply
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