Here you'll find hopes, dreams, adventure, love, and green beans so big it takes a lumberjack to cut them in half. Welcome to the tiny, twisted world of Seattle photographer Christopher Boffoli, a James Beard Award finalist whose captioned images of miniature figures and real food offer delicious commentary on our own appetites. Lilliputian people risk life and limb to put hot caramel on candied apples or skate across a late-season crème brûlée, hikers rest in the shade of mushroom stalks, paleontologists explore fossil fields of animal crackers, and the application of condiments is a full-time job: "Gary always uses too much mustard. But no one can say so. It's a union thing."
"Christopher Boffoli makes awesome art with tiny people and normal-sized food."—BonAppetit.com