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"Big Appetites" by Christopher Boffoli

Admin - 25 Jun 2012

Christopher Boffoli

Christopher Boffoli

"Big Appetites" by Christopher Boffoli.

“Big Appetites” is a collection of still life photographic sculptures of miniature people on food landscapes. Inspired by the media Boffoli was exposed to as a child, he created these sculptures to invoke a child like understanding of objects in the world to entirely disproportionate scales.



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