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Does anyone know how I can get in touch with this publication. I'm looking for an issue from, I think, 2004. Found them on the web. But archives only go back to 06. No contact info available on the sight. The issue I'm looking for has a de-boned John Dory still Life. If anyone knows this issue or the artist who took the pictures it would really help me out.Thank you
post #2 of 11
I'm sure I have that issue, just need to know a little more about when it was.

Otherwise:
Food Arts Publishing, Inc.
a division of M. Shanken Communications Inc.
387 Park Avenue South
New York, NY 10016
212-684-4224
fax 212-779-3334
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post #3 of 11
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I couldn't give more than a guess. I'm saying 04 because i know it was pre storm & I'm remembering were I worked at the time got copies of it. The image is very distinct.It's a still life set up, I think it's about amonth after an issue where they had made another cool cover of seafood set up in like a bouquet of flowers. I'm actually in need of the cover photo more than any articles. This one is of a whole de-boned flat fish suspended above a table with some other oddly abstracted kitchen wears. If you have time to find it do you think you might be able to scan it and send it to me personally? Thanks for the info either way
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Things here should be calming down the week after next (week of 8/7) and I can look for it then. I should be able to find it from your description. I'll let you know.
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post #5 of 11
By your description, I think a stylist named Nir Adar was the food stylist on those shoots. I know he does a lot of cover work for Food Arts. You might try contacting him through his website and see if you could get the image from him.
Here is his site:
http://www.niradar.com/

www.foodandphoto.com

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www.foodandphoto.com

Liquored up and laquered down,
She's got the biggest hair in town!

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I checked out the Nir Adar site. He's definitely the one who did the bouquet but not the other one I'm looking for. Interesting pictures either way though. I appreciate the help . Thanx . If anyone knows the picture I'm talking about let me know please.
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I found it!!

March 2005 issue, description says: "New York City chef Scot Conant is one of many hanging 10 on the crudo wave. Style life of turbot skeleton, mackerel fillet, micro greens, and smoked salt at L'Impero in New York City by Shimon and Tammar." Link to Shimon and Tammar Web site

Scarecrobot -- I don't think it will scan very well, so if you want to e-mail or PM me with your address, I'll snail-mail it to you. :)
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Thread Starter 
Yup yup yup that's it. Funny,I was just thinking back on this today. Thanks for remembering. So alright how do we go about this. I've never PM'd anyone and I'm sure neither of us wants to post e-mail on here. So if you can hold my hand on this for a minute that would help. Thanks again for the help
Oh hold on I figured it out. Wasn't logged in when I first looked at the post
post #10 of 11
It's on it's way to you right now. Well, as soon as the mail is picked up, anyway.

BTW: just curious: why did you need it?
"Notorious stickler" -- The New York Times, January 4, 2004
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post #11 of 11
Thread Starter 
Well when I have the time I return to my roots as a visual artist. I'd done a piece of one of those deep water incandescent fish using the skeleton as a sort of template. Just sold it recently and it set me back off in that direction. So we'll see what happens. I have a picture of the one I sold but don't know if I can post a pic on here.
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