You can make art with almost anything - whether it's food art (opens in new tab), paper art (opens in new tab) or doodle art (opens in new tab). We were first faced with tiny people in our series of street art examples (opens in new tab), with artist Slinkachu (opens in new tab) placing them on pavements, benches, puddles and more. Here, fine art photographer Christopher Boffoli (opens in new tab) has gone one step further with 'Big Appetites' - a series of images showcasing tiny people in a world of food.
Each offering has a certain beauty to it - whether it's the colours on show or Boffoli's fun approach to the food items used. Ice climbers, rice farmers and stunt drivers all feature within the series that immediately brought a smile to our faces.
These photographs and more all feature in Boffoli's book 'Big Appetites', which is available to buy here (opens in new tab).
See more inspiring photographs on the Christopher Boffoli (opens in new tab) website.
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