Intermission: A Miniature Fantasyland Built on Food
Seattle-based photographer Christopher Boffoli has an odd and intriguing relationship with food. In his Disparity series, a stack of cookies is
GOOD: What was the inspiration for the Disparity series?
Christopher Boffoli: [The] Disparity series was originally inspired by a lot of media I sa
GOOD: Why food?
Boffoli: The choice of food as a backdrop seemed a natural fit. The work is comprised essentially of toys and food; two of the most common thi
GOOD: What intrigues you personally about the perspective?
Boffoli: On the surface, the images are intended to be whimsical and funny. Though, there is also an inte
GOOD: What are some of the logistics of shooting the images? The people are so tiny, and the food looks so delicious.
Boffoli: Production of the images us
Boffolli says half the battle is coming up with a clever caption.
"It was SO like Patty: Right idea, wrong execution."
Green Bean Sawmill
"Daniel and Paul could be very productive once they stopped bickering about the best approach to the problem. "
"It was the exact moment that Larry knew those advanced judo lessons were really going to pay off."
Cracked Egg Road Crew
"I told them production was moving too fast. But no one wanted to listen."
The Problem Novice
"The sisters knew communication with the young novice would be futile. At least until the LSD wore off."
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