The Serbian National Geographic featured me and also please refer to me as Adžaj Malgan from now on.
The images were taken by Austin-based Ajay Malghan. He thinly slices and flattens food between panes of glass and photographs them by manipulating light and colour. A potato is pictured.
NASA has revealed spectacular, newly reprocessed images of four of the most amazing supernovas ever captured by a human science instrument—the Crab Nebula (top), Tycho, G292.0+1.8, and 3C58—to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Chandra observatory. I decided to go one step further and collect them all.
Ajay Malghan makes a living by playing with food and taking pictures of it. He cuts a thin slice of carrot, kiwi or any other fruit, presses it in between two glass sheets and experiments with light, colors and proportions. The result are these awesome abstract pictures.
The medium of Ajay Malghan’s photography is food but—hold up, hold up—we know that your Instagram feed is filled with filtered images of half-eaten falafel sandwiches…
I’m elated to see Dark Rye’s film about me on Vimeo’s Staff Picks. The team is a visual equivalent to the 85 Bears.