Sunday, July 23, 2017

Sandy Skoglund Food Photos

In the 1970s photographer Sandy Skoglund purchased food items and backgrounds from a New York City Woolworths. Her amazing photos are shown in her new exhibit “Food Still Lifes".  In 2008 Skoglund was interviewed and says this about her food photos:


From the end of the seventies I used the subject of food as a means to create a common language. After all, everyone eats. So, my purpose in working with the subject of food was initially to create a bond with the spectator of my work. As I gazed around at the world of food I realized that human intervention with the appearance of food is a broad cultural phenomenon.  

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Why Does Scotland Love Candy?

Read Mark Ellwood's Conde Nast Traveler Story and find out all about Scotland's Sweetie LOVE. While you are there you can get a proper explanation of Scottish TABLET candy!!

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017