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April 9th, 2009

3347776723 e491967d61 333x400 Eat your wordsI know, I know…it’s bad manners to play with your food. But Luisa P. makes it look like so much fun! The innovative photographer started the above project on Flickr in order to track her eating habits and it’s positively delicious. Well, in most cases. In others it can be a little nauseating (take the plight of my own beloved letter F, pictured below). Edible or not, it’s worth checking out. Take a look at her entire series, titled “EATPHABET”, by clicking HERE.

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