This photo series from Turkish photographer Sakir Gökçebag is probably the most precise and detailed-oriented photo project ever created that showcases fruits and vegetables – and not one of them have been digitally manipulated.
Apples, watermelons, and beans were perfectly cut and meticulously arranged to create one mind-boggling geometric display for this project. It is almost like each fruit has undergone some kind of high-powered industrial cutter to have taken on an exact measurement and size. Presented together, the pieces form a perfect circle, a geometric frame, and a mechanical pattern that look like it came out of a 3D printer.
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How Gökçebag maintains a steady hand despite being the orchestrator and photographer, we’ll never know. But if you want to see more of his weirdly stimulating kind of art, along with his installations using tissue paper, you can go to his website and take a peek.