Using food, Turkish artist Şakir Gökçebag creates beautiful photography, relying on food in its raw, organic form. Using mostly fruits and vegetables, the photographer meticulously places the food to form visually striking geometric patterns – without the use of any digital manipulation.
From watermelons to the humble green bean, Gökçebag has designed structure with an unlikely, natural medium.
Unlikely symmetry and straight lines are created from an organic form.
Thin watermelon slices create a sunburst effect and interesting patterns.
Green beans are perfectly arranged to resemble weaving techniques, kaleidoscopes and chromosomes.
[via Şakir Gökçebağ]