Big Appetites is a series of fine art photographs by artist Christopher Boffoli. The series presents tiny, meticulously detailed figures posed in real food environments, referencing both a cultural fascination with tiny things as well as an American enthusiasm for excess, especially in the realm of food.
The photographs have been published in more than 95 countries around the world.
A very technical climb on the rock candy icefall
Luc was finally becoming a protagonist in his own life.
The headspace that the sugar cone tent afforded didn’t really make up for its lack of rain performance.
Once again, owning an exotic pet was proving to be nothing but trouble.
They all knew Albert had been 4F. But his elaborately invented war stories helped to stave off the boredom of retirement.
Right on cue, Phillipe stepped forward to take all of the credit
Greta was able to put the discursive colonial context out of her mind and simply enjoy the ride.
If they’d only realized that the killer was right there in the crowd.
Constant sneezing added an additional element of challenge to the game
Jerome finally got over his Peter Pan syndrome and popped the question.
It was the first cookie climb with neither sherpas nor supplemental oxygen.
I told them production was moving too fast. But they wouldn’t listen.
Gary always used too much mustard. But no one could say so. It was a union thing.
My god, it’s full of vanilla ice cream!
Come play with us Danny!
It was a discovery that compelled them to shuffle their deck of phobias.
Eric always had a healthy amount of anxiety before a deep tea dive.
It was so like Patty. Right idea. Wrong execution.