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Creative duo Michelle Maguire and Kelsey McClellan, otherwise known as Terrence Caviar, are a stylist and photographer team, respectively, whose latest project marries some of our favorites: color, series, and of course food. At its core, Wardrobe Snacks explores thoughtful pairings of various colors and textures. McClellan’s closely cropped photos perfectly capture Maguire’s monochromatic styling, all while touching on a familiar scenario: eating on the go. In their own words, Terrence Caviar describe the series in their own words: “Wardrobe Snacks was inspired by diners lacking the luxury of being seated at a table: Michelle’s stepdad who rests his sandwich on his thigh (hell with a plate!) in between bites while he blasts an action movie on his TV; a commuter cramped up on a crowded bus retrieving an item from a bag or pocket; a lunch-breaker on a park bench eating from her lap. They’re informal — perhaps even a bit awkward — spaces as far as eating is concerned, yet the diner always appears to be comfortable and perfectly satisfied with his chosen snack, almost zen-like.” Prints available here. More conceptual photography posts here and here and here.

Via terrencecaviar.com

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Some projects are just unadulterated novelty, as is the case with this book by Polish designer/photographer Pawel Piotrowski. The entire book contains pages made up of sandwich ingredients. It’s purely delicious fun, and we love it! Other food-related posts here and here and here.

Via piotrowskipawelart.pl

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Anyone who knows Barbour Design as a group knows we have a collective love of food. So this fun, mouthwatering project by Chicago design graduate student Kelly Pratt is close to our hearts (and stomachs). Pratt is in the process of preparing an authentic sandwich for each state, then photographing and designing a poster of each. Sounds simple, but Pratt really takes her time with each one, researching popular sandwiches then preparing them with the help of friends and family. Social media now seem to be part of the process, with Pratt soliciting votes for which ‘wich should be next. And for all those foodies out there, prints of each poster are for sale. 12 sandwiches/posters and counting….

Via statelysandwiches.com

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