Creatives Recreate “The Shining” Scenes With Food


The Shining

Come eat with us, Danny. Come eat with us, forever and ever and ever.

Okay, so the immortal lines from “The Shining” didn’t exactly come out like that, but this creative duo recreated iconic scenes from the movie that may as well set it in a foodie alternate universe.

Photographer Davide Luciano and Food Stylist Claudia Ficca teamed up for a special series entitled All Food And No Play. these New York-based creatives drew inspiration from the movie for this macabre, appetizing visual feast.

“Kubrick has been a source of inspiration for me since my days as a film student,” Luciano shared with Mashable. Claudia and I wanted to do something fun with food and film and so naturally the film The Shining came up.”

Let’s go through the photos, shall we? and, uh, leave the light on. Please.

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Strolling through the Overlook’s iconic laPEArynth. The prize you get for solving it is you stay alive.

 

A Dull Cherry Pie. Such a dull, dull, bloody, violently red cherry pie.
A Dull Cherry Pie. Such a dull, dull, bloody, violently red cherry pie.

 

That's tomato soup, right? Of course, it is, ahaha, of course. It has to be. Definitely tomato soup.
That’s tomato soup, right? Of course, it is, ahaha, of course. It has to be. Definitely tomato soup. *nervous laugh, whimper*

 

Aw, the Grady twins. hat little sweethearts, how adorable. If only there weren't so... much... blood, I mean, berry sauce.
Aw, the Grady twins. hat little sweethearts, how adorable. If only there weren’t so… much… blood, I mean, berry sauce.

 

Jack's, cold, cold heart. You wouldn't want to see this in your freezer, trust me.
Jack’s, cold, cold heart. You wouldn’t want to see this in your freezer, trust me.

The pair have also collaborated on a number of food-related projects together. Their works are visual feasts in themselves, and invite the viewer to dwell long on each piece and wonder at the stories they tell and the time and effort invested in them. Check out Meals Interrupted, where sumptuous spreads meet unique catastrophes, and Gourmet Mouse Traps, designed for the discerning epicurean rodent in your life.

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