Distorted food for thought

Distorted food for thought
We are all always looking for inspiration, whereas we don’t always look for perspective. Because perspective is the way you see something, and sometimes stick to it for a very long time, it is sometimes refreshing and ballsy to be able to really see another person’s perspective on things, and that can lead to new inspiration all together.  I’ve been eyeing Suzanne Saroff‘s distorted foods from her ongoing series perspective for a while now, and I can’t help but wonder how many things can we change our perspective on? How different would the world be if we only took a minute or two to understand someone else’s perspective?
Side note: the background colours in this series are giving me life.

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