Being that we spent a good many of our years studying the History of Art, we have always had a soft spot for the still life, specifically those of the Dutch Masters. Beautifully arranged cheeses, vegetables, fruit, and goblets of wine have made stomachs rumble for hundreds of years.
But now, in the age of gluttony and instagram, we've have literally millions of images to make us drool. Naturally, we're always appreciative of a new methods of temptation. That brings us to today's find, the collaborative work of artist Agnes Cecilia Fideli Siri Charlotte Sundqvist, photographer Olivia Jeczmyk, and stylist Joanna Laven, who replicate said still lifes in paper (bugs and all).
We don't know about you, but these beautiful works make us want to
rearrange some lighting in our apartment so that every meal is in chiaroscuro!
We love the mix between paper and contemporary ceramic, giving these photographs a bit of a lost in time feel.