‘Seinfood’: Art Inspired by the Food on ‘Seinfeld’

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“I’ve been watching Seinfeld since I was a kid. It never gets old or stops being funny to me, and when you look back at the canon of Seinfeld, so many episodes center around food in a hilarious way,” says Rinee Shah, the artist/designer/animator behind Seinfood, a series of stylish illustrations inspired by the sitcom’s many food-related story lines. “I’ve done my best to cover as many as I could and I had a great time doing it.” For everyone who’s ever preached, “Look to the cookie!,” cracked up at the mere sight of a marble rye, or knows what Beefareeno is, Seinfood is sure to bring back some hilarious memories. Bay Area fans can check out the show in person at San Francisco’s Pot + Pantry, where it opens tomorrow and will run through March 10th. In the mean time, peruse a preview of the series after the jump, and consider purchasing a delightfully affordable print here.

Rinee Shah, Marble Rye. Courtesy of the artist.

Rinee Shah, Monks. Courtesy of the artist.

Rinee Shah, Black and White Cookie. Courtesy of the artist.

Rinee Shah, Beefareeno. Courtesy of the artist.

Rinee Shah, Ovaltine. Courtesy of the artist.

Rinee Shah, Ketchup Mustard. Courtesy of the artist.

Rinee Shah, Pretzels. Courtesy of the artist.

Rinee Shah, Snickers. Courtesy of the artist.