Food stylist Caitlyn Levin and photographer Henry Hargreaves recreated Mark Rothko's famous Seagram Murals using various types of colored rice. They're specifically paying homage to the story of Rothko painting The Four Seasons in Manhattan in 1958. He painted more than 30 pieces for a space than only had room for 7, and the name "Seagram Murals" comes from the name of the restaurant. Food meets art in this 3-day project that looks as close to the real thing as rice ever could.

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[via FirstWeFeast]