From petapixel.com: “Vegetable Weapons is a photo project by Japanese photographer Tsuyoshi Ozawa. Since 2001, Ozawa has been traveling to various countries around the world, photographing young women holding make-believe firearms constructed using vegetables and other foods. After finding a portrait subject, he asks her to put together a hot-pot meal using veggies and ingredients native to her country. They then assemble the foods into the shape of a gun and do a portrait shoot. Once the photograph is made, Ozawa and his model disassemble the delicious weapon, cook the ingredients, and share a meal together.” . . .
A broccoli BAR? Maybe a tomato Tommy gun? Or an Enfield made of endive. If Mr. Ozawa comes knocking at your door, what healthful creation will you pose with for his camera? Keep in mind you’d apparently have to eat the damned thing with him after your photo session — so mind those Brussels sprouts. Oh, and if you send us a copy of a garden-grown gun (organic or not) you’ve made, we’ll post it here for the Armed Intelligentsia to to marvel (and drool) at. [h/t The Gun Wire]