Artificial, Food
Fake food for advertising or a meal examples. Some fake food is make to look real, whereas other fake food is made in the abstract.
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Fake Melons On A Float
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Chinese New Year Parade
2nd Street, San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Sunday 18 November 2012)
(Taken 16:35:32 Saturday 20 February 2010)
© 2012 Bryan Costales
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Fake melons were arranged in a stone basket on a float being readied for use in the 2010 Chinese New Years Parade internal link. Although clearly fake, while in motion and from a distance they might appear more real.


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Fake Oranges In A Real Vase
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Port Costa internal link California
(Photo posted Sunday 18 November 2012)
(Taken 12:33:48 Sunday 20 July 2008)
© 2012 Bryan Costales
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A scene in a closed store featured many drab antique items, such as the bird nests and shirt form. But a few of the smaller items in the store gave this scene a bit of a spark. The oranges in the vase, the beads on the form, and red feathers in the background.


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In LA, even the bananas are fake
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City Walk, Universal Studios, Hollywood, California
(Photo posted Saturday 21 June 2008)
(Taken 16:00:22 Sunday 25 November 2007)
© 2008 Bryan Costales
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A gigantic fake banana stood partially peeled in a store window. City Walk internal link in southern California featured exaggerated scenes and decor from the movies.


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Logically Medusa would starve to death
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Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California
(Photo taken in 2007)
(Photo posted Thursday 22 February 2007)
© 2007 Terry Costales
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A large concrete artichoke was the top decoration on a garden gate in Pacific Heights. The fact that it was stone conjured up the image of Medusa staving to death because she might turn all her food into stone.


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