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Estonian artist Heikki Leis, 38, has created a series titled 'Afterlife' - using rotten fruit and veg

Estonian artist Heikki Leis' Afterlife is a veritable rotting cornucopia of vegetables photographed long past their prime.

This is a photographic image, showing what happens when Apples decay. The use of dark background, dark lighting and dark surface that contrasts with the green decaying apple emphasises a sort of death theme in this image. As decay symbolises death.

This still life photo has a really interesting subject. I would definitely never think to photograph a rotting apple as the main subject in a still life, but the dark and moody lighting surrounding it completes the image without including too much.

Rotten food landscapes. Mouldy fruit and vegitable. Heikki Leis

One man's fridge mold is another man's still life: Estonian artist Heikki Leis presents a rotting cornucopia of vegetables photographed long past their prime.

Amazing Macro Mould

Most of us throw mouldy food away, but Heikki Leis takes photographs of it. We were dying to find out what foodstuffs decompose 'best'.

Our horrendous food waste problem

These Stunning Photos Show the Horrifying Reality of Our Global Food Waste Problem

“One Third” is a still life photography series of elaborately arranged rotting food items. Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler created the series as a commentary on food wastage.

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