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Photography - Stephen Hamilton, Food Stylist - Lynn Gagne, Prop Stylist - Lindsey Parker, Story & Design - Judith Mara

Food stylist, Lynn Gagne, was doing such a beautiful job decorating doughnuts for a client that she and Steve conspired to do a day of shooting nothing but doughnuts worthy of framing. This is what happened.

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Art starts with inspiration. Even when that artwork is something as plain as a doughnut. After all, doughnuts are simply fried dough. Add sugar and you have delicious.

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Add chocolate, pearlized nonpareils, rose petals, candied oranges and vanilla bean and you have elegant little sculptures.

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Add a silky glaze and you create art that moves you ...

 ... or just makes you hungry.

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There are a few renown artists that have used doughnuts as a subject. Andy Warhol created a famous pop-art painting. Korean born artist, Jae Yong Kim is known for his ceramic beauties. But ...

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... only through photography can you conserve and preserve the real thing. The most important reason is this magical, edible artwork seems to disappear even before a shoot is over.

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