Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Creative Meat Art by Dominic Episcopo

While some of the world’s greatest chefs consider food to be an art, Philadelphia based artist and photographer Dominic Episcopo takes this description quite literally in his own work. His unique series of food photography  features delicious looking creations made out of fresh meat.


Titled “Meat America” displays American iconography with America’s favorite food - meat. This project celebrates American appetite for insurmountable odds, limitless aspiration, and immeasurable success. Maps, famous figures and more are displayed in this series, in careful detail and not without a good sense of humor. Episcopo’s subjects are carefully sculpted, well-framed and decidedly narrative, reflecting part of American culture in each shot. Raw meat was carefully carved to resemble famous people, maps, incident, culture and symbols of America.


The oil on the paper pictured above - the state of Louisiana is no mistake, representing the BP oil tragedy that befell the Gulf of Mexico in the Summer of 2010. Now, let's take a close look at some more example of such a creative meat art by Philadelphia based artist Dominic Episcopo.

Human Skull


America map


Abraham lincoln



Peace



Sacred Heart



Kentucky Strip



Betsy Ross



Bacon and Eggs



Nevada Lamb



WTF



MJ Calf Liver



Elvis Tenderloin



LOVE






Ben Franklin


3D Athletics Track By Subarquitectura

Spanish artist Subarquitectura has completed '3D athletics track', a multifunctional course in Elda, Alicante, Spain. Taking the traditionally flat design to - literally - a whole new level, the 400 m track is manipulated to incorporate a changing room into the fabric of the project, resulting in a playful and hilly addition to the circuit.


Exploring the common style that has become a standard for running circuits around the world, the design adds an extended lane that takes off on a tangent from one of the long sides. This new arm is then raised vertically to create a a slight bluff that wraps around the spectators' zone. The raised track also covers a small sheltered changing facility, which becomes an intuitively integrated element in the project. This “3D” tracks also provide a extra challenge for experienced runners.Now have a look at some more picture of such a unique track...