Christopher Bofoli's photo project "Disproportionality"Pictolic
Resident Seattle Christopher Boffoli (Christopher Boffoli) with the help of food and tiny figures creates comical miniatures depicting scenes from everyday life. Christopher's works, which are part of his project called "Disproportionality", have been shown in various galleries in the United States.
The creator of the project himself admits that finding an interesting plot is still half the battle. Most of the work is to come up with a name for the picture that will make the viewer smile.
And then Randy and Jeff finally realized that they were lost.
Skier on the cupcake descent.
Gary always puts too much mustard, but no one can object to him.
Josh is proud of what his lawn mower with sharp blades is capable of.
The beekeepers knew that they had put the hives in the right place.
Christopher says that often during the preparation for the shooting, he specifically goes to the store or bakery to pick up material for the pictures. He very carefully chooses the products that will look the best in the pictures. "I especially like working with confectionery, because after filming, you can eat them for dessert."
Patrick was always not a timid person, but he became quite fearless in the cornfield.
Christopher carefully plans each scene in his home studio, sometimes the painstaking work on its creation can take a couple of hours. He cuts and stacks the products accordingly before placing the figures, which he either glues with agave nectar, or sets their small legs in holes made with toothpicks.
No one will be allowed here until the rescue team is convinced of the safety of the strange albino pumpkins.
Christopher was inspired by the "Travelers" of Walter Martin and Paloma Munoz for a series of these pictures. They depicted scenes with small figures inside the balls.
Eric was afraid to dive, although he knew that there were hardly any sharks here.
Greta and her friend liked riding on this smooth surface so much that they decided not to shake on pineapples anymore.
Joyce had no idea which of these balls was hers. But no matter how ridiculous she looked in front of Phyllis and the rest of the company.
Once the Fig district was completely safe. But later everything changed.
A moment before the accident, she was flying a kite.
Denis thought that this was an unusual place for a business meeting. But in the hope of concluding a profitable contract, he kept silent.
Hubert was glad that his shift was over. Swinging a shovel is not an easy task.