This image of 98 items of food cut into perfect cubes was paintakingly arranged, with no Photoshop, by design studio Lenert and Sander

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Image by Lenert and Sander

It may look like a graphic design project or CGI experiment, but this is a real set up shot of 98 different items of food cut into perfect 2.5cm cubes.

Design studio Lenert and Sander were commissioned to create a piece about food by Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant for a special edition, and came back with this shot of unprocessed cubed foods laid out on a grid.

You can see below some closer crops of the high resolution image, the full version of which is available to view here.

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Prints and posters of the shot are available from the Lenert and Sander website.

The image will be purchaseable as a 40 x 50cm fine art print of inkjet baryta paper, sugned by the artists and with a certtificate of authenticity, available for €500.

The studio also said that, due to the image’s popularity on the internet, a 42 x 52cm poster version will be made available, at a price of €125.