Artists Sarah Parker and Michael Bodiam created this fantastic photography projects, which visualizes the diets created for Olympic athletes by nutrionists Dan Bernadot.
Junkculture reports, "Each menu was recreated using laser-cut MDF, cardboard and paper to develop oversized place settings around real food products, Speaking about the project they said: 'We wanted people to be able to draw direct comparison between the diets, and to produce something quite playful that subtly hinted at the sport each athlete participated in.'"
So, the food is real, but the table and place settings are oversized. Brilliant.
Learn more at JunkCulture: Michael Bodiam and Sarah Parker: A Day on My Plate