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Cartography Meets Food: Edible Maps

Artists Harry Hargreaves and Caitlin Levin are known for their inventive, food-based masterpieces. This time they’ve gone one step further, incorporating their love for travel with their loves for food and art, creating a one-of a kind look at the world.

A new series, appropriately titled Food Maps, was “inspired by a passion for travel.” For the project, Hargreaves and Levin took the foods they associated with various countries and continents, then carefully molded them onto physical maps.

According to the artists, “These maps are a playful representation of [their] interpretation of food from around the world, painstakingly created with unadulterated food.”

Read more at First We Feast

Photo via Hargreaves and Levin

Julia Domenicucci

Julia Domenicucci is an online editorial intern for culture who loves to try new foods almost as much as she loves trying new books. Born just outside of Boston and now attending school in the heart of it, Julia has come to really love the city, its art museums, and all the restaurants in the North End.