Food ART by Zinc FX embraces a variety of interpretations and includes on site food photography, abstract modification, illuminated table boxes and buffet / cocktail display products in acrylic, stone and glass.
Some say that food is only as interesting as the product that displays it so we employ the same principles as chefs by facilitating the easy identification of food while maintaining a high level of interest.
The most basic of ingredients can make a lasting visual impact on your clients, such as SALT, click here for salt art by Zinc FX
The contrast of high impact abstract art on glass and stone or steel and acrylic is a powerful reflection of the actual ingredients to quickly capture the attention and interest of your clients.
There are lots of ways to help you get the results you need at a price that you can afford but and the artistic interpretation of the image can be as complicated or as simple as you like or minimised to suit your location and budget.
In order to present food in a way that is mysterious, you have to leave something OUT which causes the observer to want to know more about the subject.
The new owner is more than happy to explain the reason behind this interpretation and how you deliver that story is unique to you. It’s the explanation that allows you the time YOU need to connect to YOUR CUSTOMERS on a personal level. This connection is the reason behind allowing an artist to modify your food images and make them available for discussion and for SALE.
Zinc FX offers customised solutions to engage your customers, the subject is changed to suit your business focus, in this case a seafood restaurant. Colours are adjusted to compliment the interior decor and canvases can be scaled up or down to be framed by the remaining wall space. Do you sell fresh eggs? The simplicity of a raw egg demonstrates the impact of the most basic ingredients when presented with modern abstract art and subtle lighting. If used as a background or brochure, the hues and colour tones can be adjusted to best compliment your decor or advertising campaign?
Ingredients that are small and difficult to photograph are well represented with a deep background in an artistic setting, such as these peppercorns..