It seems to be space, but in fact the food
• It seems to be space, but in fact the food
These photos could easily be images of distant planets and the vast space, gas clouds and cosmic dust. But this is not what you think. That's all - the food laid out on the glass of an ordinary scanner.
Navid Barati, a freelance photographer, creates these amazing cosmic history, displaying spices, foods and dishes on the scanner Epson V37. According Barati, a black background is achieved thanks to the possibility to remove the device cover. For her new photo shoot he even invented a story-finding mission, which visited each of the filmed scenes.
For this planet similar to Earth, Barati has used a glass of water mixed with soy sauce, whiskey, coconut milk and food coloring. Background made from salt, flour, curries and cinnamon.
The photographer does not adhere alone edible products in his work. This faraway galaxy formed from the salt, flour, turmeric, sugar, cinnamon and ... wool cat photographer.
This is clearly inhabited world is made out of a glass of orange juice, tomato sauce, wasabi and milk. The nebula in the background - coffee, cream, water and food coloring. And, here again already used products for breakfast, the moon is made of pancake.
Use powders alone Barati can create amazing beauty of the nebula ...
... clusters of stars ...
... and the galaxy.
To give the form of a liquid planet, Barati pouring them into a beaker.
For smaller space bodies it uses a glass of whiskey.
This galaxy was created from cheese, cumin, curry powder, flour, salt, cinnamon, poppy seeds and turmeric.
For such gas accumulations photographer uses butter.
The poles of Mars are made of double cream added to a glass of tomato juice, water, soy sauce, and food coloring. Spangled background - this flour and soda.
Perhaps the most amazing part of art scanner Barati - a gaseous swirl that he makes from coffee, cream, soy sauce, water, food coloring, flour and salt.
This stunning picture of a solar eclipse photographer took only three ingredients: cheese powder, turmeric and baking soda.
This asteroid - actually potatoes. The rest of the asteroid belt is made of chopped cookies, coffee and ground grains of pepper.
The most detailed picture can be quite tasty (unless you do not mind cumin). The planet and the moon are made of pancakes, a nebula in the background - is olive oil, cinnamon, cumin, salt and water.
And even if it is only food on the scanner glass, still Barati creations are very similar to what we see at night in the sky.
In the end, it's just a combination of light, gas and minerals, the images of which shine through us the emptiness of space.