Cut Food: Artist's unique look at what we eat

Photographer Beth Galton has put together a unique series called "Cut Food," in which she takes cross-section images of (mostly processed, pre-packaged) foods to give us an unconventional look at what we eat.
Check out Galton's website bethgalton.com for more of her images.
Food styled by Charlotte Omnes.

Cut Food: Bowl of Ramen

A bowl of ramen is shown cut in half as part of Beth Galton's conceptual photo series Cut Food.
Photo by Beth Galton, food styling by Charlotte Omnes.

Cut Food: Jelly Donuts and Coffee

A stack of jelly donuts and a coffee with milk are shown cut in half as part of Beth Galton's conceptual photo series Cut Food.
Photo by Beth Galton, food styling by Charlotte Omnes.

Cut Food: Boiled Eggs

An array of boiled eggs are shown cut in half as part of Beth Galton's conceptual photo series Cut Food.
Photo by Beth Galton, food styling by Charlotte Omnes.

Cut Food: Cans of Soup

Two cans of soup are shown cut in half as part of Beth Galton's conceptual photo series Cut Food.
Photo by Beth Galton, food styling by Charlotte Omnes.

Cut Food: Bag of Cereal with Milk

A bag of cereal with milk is shown cut in half as part of Beth Galton's conceptual photo series Cut Food.
Photo by Beth Galton, food styling by Charlotte Omnes.

Cut Food: Containers of Ice Cream

Two containers of ice cream are shown cut in half as part of Beth Galton's conceptual photo series Cut Food.
Photo by Beth Galton, food styling by Charlotte Omnes.

Cut Food: Corn Dog and Ice Cream Cone

A corn dog and an ice cream cone are shown cut in half as part of Beth Galton's conceptual photo series Cut Food.
Photo by Beth Galton, food styling by Charlotte Omnes.

Cut Food: Carton of Ice Cream with Chocolate Sauce

A carton of ice cream with chocolate sauce is shown cut in half as part of Beth Galton's conceptual photo series Cut Food.
Photo by Beth Galton, food styling by Charlotte Omnes.