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If you’re the kind of person who likes their things perfectly organized, meet your new friend, Brittany Wright.

The Seattle-based photographer is the initiator of the Instagram project #foodgradients, and makes all kinds of cool posts about vegetables. The photographer chooses how she will arrange her material -according to color, size, ripeness, and photographs her objects, always capturing them in a way that they provide the viewer with an interesting visual result.

These colorful patterns can fully satisfy people who want “all things organized.” While producing a harmony of colors and shapes, these photos may be depicting sweet, salty, spicy or even tasteless foods, but they definite give the viewer a feeling of serenity.

“I want everyone to see what their food looks like,” Wright said. “I’d love to help “rebrand” fruits and vegetables, helping shed a bright light on how lovely they actually are.”

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