Turkish artist Şakir Gökçebağ creates new geometric shapes by cutting into various fruits and vegetables. Each redefined shape in his series of food art is crafted with precision and aligned accordingly. The arrangements created by Gökçebağ present interesting patterns that are, no pun intended, a feast for the eyes!

You might be thinking that these astounding and impressive visuals are digital manipulations because cutting dozens of apples into abstract shapes just to piece them together into a perfect circle is nearly impossible, but the truth is that Gökçebağ actually carved and assembled them. The installations are all handcrafted using apples, watermelons, peppers, beans, and pomegranates that are meticulously cut and carefully positioned.

Şakir Gökçebağ website
via [Photography Heat]

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