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VICE: Surreal Cookbook Turns Food Into Works of Art

PAPALOSOPHY SQUID HANDS BY ALDO CHACON on VICE MunchiesIn August 2012, Joel Serra Bevin was the Barcelona community manager of EatWith, a then-startup platform connecting people to local dining experiences. The 28-year-old self-taught chef was also running his own private dinner parties, cooking classes, and pop-up events as his culinary alter-egoPapa Serra. Meanwhile, self-taught photographer Aldo Chacon was shooting for fashion magazines based in Barcelona, New York, and Germany while looking for new outlets to better express his creativity. Food photography made sense to Chacon, who was 25 at the time and had grown up in a family of cooks, including a mother who worked as a professional chef in both Mexico and the US…(full article)

Published at Vice Munchies on January 6, 2016

Photo credits: Aldo Chacon for Papalosophy

Author: Jessica Benavides Canepa

Jessica is a freelance journalist focusing on international travel, fashion, luxury, eco culture & women's issues. She has lived and/or traveled to 50+ cities around the globe. Published work has appeared at BBC Travel, Jetsetter, Nat Geo, CNN travel, Viator, Societe Perrier and Hemisperes.

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