thanksgiving is next week. yup, NEXT WEEK. the washington post looks at the science of five holiday recipe flubs. meanwhile, i anthropomorphize gravy. you can’t anthromorphize gravy!? the hell i can’t! well, you can’t give it feet! fine, no feet.
art direction: susana sanchez-young
washington post: thanksgiving food science
an article about a panel discussion of modern food. barnard faculty members focused on the political, historical and environmental issues surrounding basic food stuffs.
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i was very pleased to hear that my suicidal butter illustration from a food tips series for the zine put a egg on it, was selected to appear in the american illustration 31 illustration annual. not sure what this says about the selection jury, but i ain’t complaining.
thanks ai jury!
some tasty food spots for put a egg on it, a great little food zine printed on green paper.
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update: original bathing vegetables of carrot and rutabaga have been replaced with green leafy vegetables kale and mustard greens.
a tasty illustration for a slate article about a dinner party featuring rancid food, and the types and likelihood of actually getting food poisoning. delicious.
slate: poison party, by anastacia marx de salcedo
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