You need to visit photographer Christopher Boffoli's Disparity project: a gallery of cleverly captioned images featuring gigantic food items surrounded by tiny human figures engaged in busy, everyday activities.
If you like his images, limited edition prints are available in Toronto through Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts.
The above image is courtesy of the photographer.
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