Tony Lee is a professional photographer based in Melbourne, Victoria
I'm Tony, and I'm a Melbourne based photography student and artist with experience in creating custom fine art photography and portraits - pet, corporate and personal.
My art photography centres on themes of ambiguity and humour. I try to instil quirky or abstract qualities into my Melbourne landscapes, and I enjoy meeting interesting characters for my animals and pet photography and portraits.
I am interested in new experiences and enjoy a creative challenge, so give me a call and we can discuss some unique ideas for your project or collaboration. View More...
, Cinema Nova
, Blue Wheelers
, Bethany Yoga & Health Services
, Tomorrow Foundation
, Unsunk Funk Shop
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Poorna Bell (Executive Editor), Huffington Post UK
Australian artist TQ Lee's photo series "Inedible" is like the Greek torture of King Phineus who was presented daily with a gorgeous banquet but was unable to touch a single morsel.
However, instead of harpies preventing us from digging in, the main obstacle here are the ingredients, which include turpentine, shaving cream and LEGO blocks.
Lee was so affected by his photos series that he actually lost 5kg in the process of putting this project together. Talking about how it personally affected his attitude to food, he says: My attitude to food hasn't changed on the whole (I really enjoy cooking and shooting food), during the shoot I found I ate less frequently and was actually more inclined to eat fresh salads and vegetables.
Andrea Romano, Mashable
Australian photographer T.Q. Lee creates his favorite treats using non-food items for his series, Inedible. The convincing photos look almost like ads for a fast food chain at first glance, but upon closer inspection, they're actually made of objects like tire rubber, Lego bricks and hazardous chemicals. Probably not what you're craving for a midnight snack.
"[The] series is both a fun visual pun and a comment on the artificial nature of convenience food," Lee tells Mashable. Items like sponges and even some of Lee's own urine, make these phony meals inedible.
The well-designed photographs are made to resemble food photos anyone can see on Instagram by simply scrolling through their feed.
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