Pop Art was an artistic movement that emerged in the late 1950s in England and the United States, which uses images and themes taken from the consumer society and applies them to art. Fictional Food vindicates the pop culture of food.
The architect of this series of photographs is the American artist Joshua Budich, who was inspired by the characters he liked as a child and in those who currently like their children: Pixar, Marvel or Disney. As he explains, he likes to imagine his photos hanging in the kitchens of pop culture lovers.
I don't know about you, but I find it easy to imagine any of the drawings created by Budich hanging from a kitchen, the colors are very pop and the naive style of the compositions, halfway between the cartoon and the comic, makes the final result very pleasant to look at.
Fictional Food is a tribute to the cultural icons of food: hamburgers, milkshakes, cereals or beers and that will bring us memories of familiar characters. It is worth taking a look at the entire series, as none of the drawings are wasted. I am sure you will love it.