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Found on the Web: Big Appetites by Christopher Boffoli

September 05, 2013

On his series of photographs, titled Big Appetites, fine art photographer Christopher Boffoli has said: “I think it is especially resonant with children because as a child you live in an adult world that is out of scale with your body and proportions.  And you constantly exercise your imagination around a world of toys that are further out of scale.  As a child I was an avid collector of Matchbox cars, a model railroader and a builder of models (cars, ships and airplanes).  I was fascinated, as many children and adults are, with tiny, meticulously detailed things.”

Boffoli’s book, Big Appetites: Tiny People in a World of Big Food, is available now.






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