Dept of Ideas: Film Cameras Made From Bread Loaves and More

By David Schonauer   Wednesday June 12, 2019

To you a loaf of bread may look like the beginnings of a sandwich. To U.K. artist Brendan Barry that loaf might be used to make a camera. Barry painstakingly transforms banal materials — including bread, watermelons squash, mannequins, and chunks of logs — into film functional film cameras, notes Colossal. He explains that he uses “the mechanics of photography as a tool for exploration and collaboration,” often traveling to work "with different communities and particularly with young people.”

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