‘The Cut’: A Stop-Motion That Offers a Cross-Section Look Into Fruits and Vegetables

When played back in sequence, the photos turn into a stop motion animation of the fruits and vegetables changing shape and exposing their innards.

Pendle created the project over the course of 3 days with a very sharp knife. He would slice off a layer of the produce and then shoot a photograph with each cut. He ended up capturing around 1, 000 separate photos.


Photographer Carl Pendle created this clever stop-motion titled “ The Cut” that offers an interesting perspective into different fruits and vegetables.