Brock Davis is a genius.
Or at least he’s damn close.
Even if he wasn’t though, it would still be tough not to like a guy who has taken the whole don’t-play-with-your-food mantra from our childhood and thumbed his nose at it with real artistic brilliance.
See, besides being a wildly successful advertising creative director and successful multimedia artist, Brock is also a dad. And that right there explains why his series of art works done with food is just so badass.
Dads have long been on the other end of the ‘Don’t Play With Your Food’ Movement (DPWYFM), pausing in the middle of their own hard-earned suppers to glare across countless dining room and kitchen tables at sons and daughters caught up in the timeless irresistible urge to create and to construct with their broccoli and their cauliflower.
Kids have always played with their food and parents have always given them hell for it.
So, it’s cool to see how Brock, the father, has been able to reconcile with Brock, the artist, by creating what can only be described as the fantastical visions of Brock, the Talented-As-All-Hell-Kid. So, you might wanna think twice tonight when your kid is making a volcano out of his meatloaf and gravy.
Enough from me though, let the art speak for itself.
It’s that good.
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