Photographer Frederic Delangle focuses his lens on rotting and decaying food for an unusual series called "Pourri" ("Rotten"). The images are like grotesque collages of fruits, vegetables, fish, shellfish and other edibles.
Delangle aims for the series to document the abstract beauty and ugliness that can be found in decaying food and compost. For another series that uses food decay as social commentary, check out the Bad Apples installation.
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