Think twice when accepting a dinner invention from Melis Buyruk. The Turkish artist's sleek, white porcelain is elegant and expertly crafted. However, you won't find vases and figurines in Buyruk's studio. Instead, clean white dishes are plated with life-like hands, hearts and ears. To accent the pure forms, Buyruk adds minute golden flies.
There's something ridiculously satisfying about looking at Lernert & Sander's latest photography project. The Dutch duo cut various types of foods — from raw tuna to kiwis to Romanesco broccoli — into perfect, bite-sized cubes and arranged everything in a meticulously planned-out grid. The piece includes 98 total cubes measuring two-and-a-half cubic centimeters each. The photo was originally commissioned by a Dutch newspaper for their food issue, but has gone viral internationally since its release.