Ann Wood's delicate paper fruit and root vegetables that look like the real thing
It's hard to believe that these delicate items of food are crafted entirely from paper. But that's what we've come to expect from the oh-so-talented Woodlucker, aka Ann Wood and Dean Lucker, who launched their own studio in 1987, after graduating from Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
These root vegetables, fruit and occasional flowers have been crafted by Ann and presented in Instagram-ready layouts, ones that have obviously attracted over 100,000 followers on their own channel.
"Creating paper garden vegetables and food from the grocery store has become one of my passions," says Ann. "I enjoy the challenge of finding ways to translate common materials into almost real looking objects. Branches, roots and subtle textures found in nature fascinate me and on occasion, I see the humour in their forms."
Dean, on the other hand, is known for his log people, but we'll save that for another story. Find out more about the pair at woodlucker.com.