Squid Ink Pasta: A Food Story

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Ink By Madelene Farin
photography MADELENE FARIN

Ink By Madelene Farin

Ink By Madelene Farin

Ink By Madelene Farin

Ink By Madelene Farin

Ink By Madelene Farin

Ink By Madelene Farin

Ink By Madelene Farin

Ink By Madelene Farin

Ink By Madelene Farin

I have a background in painting and design, so when I’m shooting personal work I try to blend these disciplines with photography as much as possible. I’ve also always loved texture — material textures, food textures, and especially playing with textures in natural light.

For this series, I wanted to experiment with squid ink pasta. With this ingredient there’s already a very clear direction of play: ink, watercolor, brushstrokes, strong lines, splashes, blots. Taking these cues, the monochromatic nature of the pasta, and an inspiring recipe, I photographed away.

- Madelene Farin

View the recipe here.

Ink By Madelene Farin

Ink By Madelene Farin

Ink By Madelene Farin

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