bent objects food art – behind the scenes

posted by the scholar on July 17th, 2008
filed under: art, artists, humor, photography

if you enjoy beloved indianapolis talent terry border’s humorous bent object food art like i do and have four minutes today, check out this video interview below that he did with rhett and link. they show us terry’s studio and thoughts behind some of his greatest vignettes. it’s some interesting insight into an agile, creative mind.

terry’s book will be out next year and it is going to be great. say hello and get a taste of what you have to look forward to on his website.


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6 Responses to “bent objects food art – behind the scenes”

  1. paula Says:

    so glad to be exposed to terry’s work ~
    what a genius, i’m blown away by
    his creativity and aesthetic.
    great posts lately despite your dog problems…hope he is recovering to the fullest.
    p

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi paula,

    it’s great stuff isn’t it? I am a huge fan.

    thanks for the feedback and the get well wishes. i am happy to see you! 🙂

  3. milo Says:

    ooh he’s so clever! i love those little food fables… poor rosemary…

  4. Terry Says:

    Hey! Thanks for the publicity Scholar! You know that I appreciate it!

  5. sosser Says:

    i love that i never know what i will find when i peek in here, g! there is always something to delight or surprise me – i’m crazy about bent objects so it was a treat to see this interview and tour of terry’s studio… can’t wait for the book. that’s some funny stuff!

    thanks

  6. the scholar Says:

    the world hearts bent objects. 🙂

    thanks for stopping by everyone!

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