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How's this for a square meal?

Dutch artists Lernert & Sander have created this amazing grid of perfectly-cubed foods.

The image, which is not computer generated, was commissioned by Amsterdam-based daily newspaper De Volkskrant for their recent food-themed issue.

Lernert & Sander took a range of unprocessed foods - squinting, we can see fish, meat, pomegranates, red cabbage and that special pointy broccoli you can only get in shops where the cashiers have large beards and cotton aprons - and chopped them into 2.5cm x 2.5cm x 2.5cm cubes.

The result is an extremely colourful array of stuff that's moreish to look at. It's more precisely assembled than your average midweek meal, that's for sure.

Take a look at some close-ups, and the full picture, below.

[Via: Sploid]

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