Austin-based freelance photographer Emily Blincoe (previously) is best known for her unique OCD-inducing take on food art. Her latest viral-friendly works are a continuation of her trademark aesthetics, where inanimate objects like citrus fruit, tomatoes, eggs and leaves are neatly organized according to their color variations. The compositions are then shot from overhead in an orderly fashion.
The eye-popping colors are all nature’s work, but the clever arrangements are her own. The captured results make a fantastic symphony of colors and shapes.