Astounding Towers of Balancing Bread

Barcelona-based graphic designers Ana Dominguez and Omar Sosa conceived this remarkable idea of a balancing bread act for Apartamento magazine. The series, shot by photographer Nacho Alegre, is like a beautiful architectural symphony–a visual ode to baguettes, ciabatta, and rye. Time stands still as the foodies of the world gasp in unison at the remarkable balancing feat. As asymmetrically as one loaf sits atop another, the tower of breads magically refrain from collapsing from the uneven weight distribution. Each sculptural creation is a delicious masterpiece in its own right.









Ana Dominguez website
Omar Sosa website
Nacho Alegre
via [Junkculture]



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Quirky Knit Gloves Reveal Unexpected Images When Placed Together

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