Trippy Photos of Fancy Desserts Spinning on Vinyl Records

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We’ve known for a while that music and food go great together. But it never occurred to us to take those pairings to the extreme in quite the way Stockholm-based duo of photographer Philip Karlberg and chef/set designer Mattias Nyhlin have. The images below capture delicate desserts like fruit carpaccio and panna cotta spinning atop records whose songs they help to illustrate, the entire elegantly blurred photo creating the attractive illusion of a place setting in motion. See Dolly Parton collide with candied pears and Whitesnake complement cheesecake in a series called 33 RPM after the jump, then visit Karlberg and Nyhlin‘s websites to learn more about their work.

“Don’t Look Back Into the Sun” by the Libertines: sundae surprise. Photo credit: Philip Karlberg and Mattias Nyhlin. Spotted via Feature Shoot.

“Where Is My Mind?” by Pixies: panna cotta. Photo credit: Philip Karlberg and Mattias Nyhlin

“You Can Call Me Al” by Paul Simon: fruit carpaccio. Photo credit: Philip Karlberg and Mattias Nyhlin

“Jolene” by Dolly Parton: candied pear with sweet red wine reduction. Photo credit: Philip Karlberg and Mattias Nyhlin

“If I Had a Heart” by Fever Ray: raspberry sorbet, mint ice cream, and fig. Photo credit: Philip Karlberg and Mattias Nyhlin

“Here I Go Again” by Whitesnake: cheesecake with jelly. Photo credit: Philip Karlberg and Mattias Nyhlin

“Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang” by Dr. Dre: pancakes, chocolate mousse, and cream. Photo credit: Philip Karlberg and Mattias Nyhlin