Cube Fruit by Lernert & Sander


These 98 isometrically-arranged foods like pomegranates and tuna might look like a meal from an unreasonably anal sci-fi utopia, but design studio Lernert & Sander used a very 21st century technology to make these tasty cubes.
Fittingly entitled Cubes, the above photo was commissioned by Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant in 2014 for a food-themed documentary photography special. “We wanted photograph them in isometric perspective, as we love that everything in this perspective is equally important,” founders Engelberts Lernert and Sander Plug tell The Creators Project. “We photographed the cubes in rows, from front to back and composited the rows into one complete image.”


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