Photographer Arranges Fruits And Veggies By Color Gradients To Please Even The Most Organized Soul
You might love your stuff arranged in neat patterns, but not as much as Brittany Wright, who runs the #foodgradients project on her Instagram. Writing under the name @wrightkitchen, she posts many enthusiastic posts about vegetables… and their arrangement. Arrangement according to color, ripeness, processing stage – as long as there’s visual distinction, it’s going to happen. The results are colorful, cheerful compositions of the most natural of ingredients that satisfy your need to see patterns, too! I wish I could get as excited about anything as much as Brittany gets excited about vegetables.
Besides arranging fruits, vegetables, berries, eggs and other edibles, Brittany is a Seattle-based freelance photographer. As she told Buzzfeed Live, she’s “continuously drawn to showcasing and creating movement through color and physical change.” Her favorite part is the change food undertakes during growth, and her favorite material comes from her own yard – although visiting markets excites her, too.
“I want everyone to see what their food looks like,” Wright said. “I’d love to help “rebrand” fruits and vegetables, helping shed a bright light on how lovely they actually are.”