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I Like Food Better Than People: playful still-life photography series by Marzia Gamba

Marzia Gamba is an Italian photographer based between Milan and New York. In her minimalist still-life photography series titled “I Like Food Better Than People”, Marzia plays with food and colors to create eye-catchy compositions.

Inspired by transforming the everyday object into an art piece, Marzia finds conceptualizing shoots quite a meditative process and when she isn’t on set you can find her ideating her next shoot in her Brooklyn studio.

Marzia Gamba

More info: Website, Instagram (h/t: Fubiz).

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Curated by Leandro Limolive

CEO-founder of Visualflood. A Brazil-based amateur fine art photographer, among other things, who loves visual arts, nature, science, and innovative technologies. You can follow me on Facebook and Instagram.

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