Methodically placing food in accordance to color, Emily Blincoe finds inspiration from shapes, colors, light, and everyday objects. Previously we admired The Garden Collection and Sugar Series, where Blincoe demonstrated her skill of arranging shrubbery and nostalgic candy in the same fashion.
Her vibrant series, Colors Organized Neatly, evokes a lively collection of prints that creates intrigue with objects most would find nothing more than ordinary. Her motive seems simple enough, but there is something astonishingly satisfying about how she thoughtfully arranges the colorful foods. Her series is aesthetically pleasing with similar objects emphasized and appreciated when organized in a grid of hues that seem to leap from the images.
Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Blincoe has a keen eye for color and placement. Simplistic beauty is her speciality. Viewers can't help but smile when feasting their eyes on her playful images of everyday objects in all their brilliant glory.