rachel shimpock 24 toast with butter and moldy bread- bracelet and rings electroformed copper, gold, silver, enamel, citrines

RACHEL SHIMPOCK-USA 24 toast with butter and moldy bread- bracelet and rings electroformed copper, gold, silver, enamel, citrines

mold fungus by Heikki Leis

Dazzling Photos of Rot and Fungus

Heikki Leis

These photographs will change the way you look at spoiled food. Posed dramatically in chiaroscuro lightning, they emerge from darkness with its ridges of rot, velvet layers of fungi, bubbles of tinted perspiration.

Macro photos decaying vegetables Heikki-Leis

Heikki Leis’ gorgeously lit series Afterlife, photos of rotting food and macro zooms of mold and decay.

Ninela Ivanova, Kingston University, fungi, mold, living fashion, living clothing, bizarre eco-fashion, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, gr...

Nina Ivanova To create her pieces, Ivanova grows the mold in petri dishes before transposing the patterns onto silicone-coated chiffons and silks.

Amazing Macro Mould | Don't Panic Magazine | Arts | It seems there's almost nothing that Estonian artist Heikki Leis can't turn his hand to. His work includes hyperreal pen and pencil drawings, sculpture, portraiture and our favourites, macro shots of mouldy food. We grabbed him for a quick chat about inspirations, idols and, of course, mould.

One man's fridge mold is another man's still life: Estonian artist Heikki Leis presents a rotting cornucopia of vegetables photographed long past their prime.

Heikki Leis - Wonderfully repulsive macro photos of decaying vegetables

One man's fridge mold is another man's still life: Estonian artist Heikki Leis presents a rotting cornucopia of vegetables photographed long past their prime.

Surreal Macro Photos of Decaying Vegetables

One man's fridge mold is another man's still life: Estonian artist Heikki Leis presents a rotting cornucopia of vegetables photographed long past their prime.

Heikki leis

Estonian artist Heikki Leis, has created a series of other-worldly landscapes, titled 'Afterlife' - using nothing more than rotten fruit and veg: Beetroot

Mouldy Lemons never looked so good

Food Art From Food Waste: the 'One Third' Project

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