i’m jealous of dawn tan

YES!!! This is exactly what I was talking about… last year I put together a ‘jealously curated’ show called Comfort Food, that featured a whole bunch of sewn, knitted and crocheted food. I loved them all, but the only thing that could have made those pieces better was scale… and then Melbourne based artist Dawn Tan came along with her giant marshmallows, huge crackers, and insanely big bag of Yorkshire pudding mix! Yep, I’m just going to say it… sometimes size does matter.

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comments (10)

  1. Cez /// 03.01.2011 /// 9:43am

    so nice!!!! the giant marshmallows is just a dream!!!!!

  2. janis - pinecone camp /// 03.01.2011 /// 3:57pm

    And now I am too.
    What a great concept. Dawn Tan is one talented girl.

  3. the jealous curator /// 03.01.2011 /// 10:20pm

    she sure is!

  4. jovana /// 03.02.2011 /// 2:14am

    love her! especially her food illustrations.

  5. Eva / Sycamore Street Press /// 03.12.2011 /// 8:32am

    Aw, I’ve been following Dawn’s blog and work for a while now, and I love it! So fantastic!

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  8. ethan McConnell /// 08.24.2018 /// 7:07am

    The scale is huge compared to the actual size of the products

  9. Newman /// 08.24.2018 /// 7:08am

    In the Yorkshire Puddings picture the scale was great coming up from the box to the top lid.

  10. Jack Gibson /// 09.05.2018 /// 6:05am

    The use of scale is amazing showing the larger size of what the product is. It has almost a wonderland effect to it, by distortion of size and some colour







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