You don't find perfect lines in the natural world of fruits and vegetables—it's all uneven curves and waves and organic shapes—which is why it's striking to see Turkish artist Sakir Gökçebag's food art. His visual displays are made up of fruits and vegetables that he's carefully cut and arranged to show a type of geometry not found in the natural world, and all without any digital manipulation.
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(Images: Sakir Gökçebag via designboom)