In What Country Would You Eat This For Breakfast?

In What Country Would You Eat This For Breakfast?

Sarah Rae Smith
Mar 9, 2010

Breakfast might be the most important meal of the day, but have you ever thought of it without all the clutter of servingware? No bowls, no plates, no cups or glasses are present in these beautifully photographed works from Oliver Schwarzwal. Each piece represents breakfast from a different country around the world, can you guess where?

Oliver Schwarzwald was asked to shoot these pieces for the German magazine Feld Homme. We were greatly intrigued by the idea of beverages without a glass to retrain them, while smoke billows from a cigarette in another. Can you determine where each breakfast is from and what's on the plate? We reveal the locations below!

PIctured Above, Left To Right
• Great Britan
• Sweden
• United States
• France
• Russia

You can see larger versions (just in case you want to get up close and personal with the caviar and vodka from the Russian photo) at Oliver Schwarzwald, simply click on Editorial and then Breakfast. The craftsmanship in the photos has us bowing at his feet and for some odd reason, really makes us want a bowl of cereal.

• Related: Kitchen Spotlight: Deeply Colorful International Kitchens

(via: Design Boom)
(Images: Oliver Schwarzwald for Feld Homme)

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