Photographer Emily Blincoe's love of simplicity is evident in her series "Arrangements," an ode to color, shape and impeccable prop styling

Photographer's Perfect 'Arrangements' Series Highlights Color and Simplicity

Photographer Emily Blincoe’s love of simplicity is evident in her series “Arrangements,” an ode to color, shape and impeccable prop styling.

This is a photographic image, showing what happens when Apples decay. The use of dark background, dark lighting and dark surface that contrasts with the green decaying apple emphasises a sort of death theme in this image. As decay symbolises death.

This still life photo has a really interesting subject. I would definitely never think to photograph a rotting apple as the main subject in a still life, but the dark and moody lighting surrounding it completes the image without including too much.

A-level painting based on decaying fruit and veg @ HighcrestAcademy

A-level painting based on decaying fruit and veg @ HighcrestAcademy decay of produce over TIME.

These Oddly Lovely Photographs Of Rotten Food Will Make You Rethink Your Waste | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

These Oddly Lovely Photographs Of Rotten Food Will Make You Rethink Your Waste

process - process of time decay of an apple over a period of time

Sketchbook Skool Bootkamp

Sheryl McDougald with her watercolour and pen illustration showing the decay of an apple as it is consumed. Good use of tone here to create more realistic drawings.

Rotten citrus

Still Life Of Rotten Fruit Number 1 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Rosie McCobb

time passing, life, getting old Still Life Of Rotten Fruit Number 1 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Rosie McCobb

This picture represents how after Gregor changed he no longer liked fresh food, but craved rotten food and mold. since as a bug his taste buds would change for rotten food instead of fresh foods.

Peeled Clementine, J Palmer Daily painting Original Oil still life Art

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