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Consuming Consumerism.

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Photographer Linus Morales has taken the depiction of consumerism to whole other level. Morales’ FabFood Project shows an assorted selection of everyday food transmuted into high fashion delicacies. The work is currently on displayed at Saatchi Gallery in London.

Courtesy of Linus Morales.

Courtesy of Linus Morales.

Courtesy of Linus Morales.

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