Julie Lee’s food collages on Instagram started out as a way to showcase seasonal and local offerings from neighborhood farmers markets. It’s evolved into an ongoing project in the study of plant design, exploration of color theory, and pure, unadulterated food-love.

Most of the goods are from the Los Angeles Saturday Santa Monica Farmers Market, oftentimes from her urban garden, sometimes a neighborhood forage. But never a store.

Enroll Julie’s Skillshare class completely for free to learn more about the inspiration, process, and editing of the photos. If you sign up today, you’ll get 2 months of Skillshare Premium for free.

You can also buy some of her art here. If you are fancy into custom work, don’t hesitate to contact Julie directly at julie@julieskitchen.me.

Julie’s Kitchen Luvo Food Collage:

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