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U.S. wars told through food fight

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Food Fight is a short story about a handful of historical U.S. wars told through the foods of the involved countries. For example, burger and fries symbolize USA, pretzel and bratwurst is Nazi Germany, croissant is France, and sushi is Japan. It is chronologically re-enacted and includes World War II, the Cuban Missile Crisis, Viet Nam, 9/11, Afghanistan, and Gulf War II…to name a few. Filmed by Stefan Nadelman, it apparently took 3 months of stop motion filming. It’s incredible.

If you want a full list of the countries and their food representation, here. Now, on with the food fight:

Damn, I’m hungry.


Via: Tourist Pictures [via: Information Aesthetics]

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