Illustration about food obsession – Magritte cartoon

food obsession cartoon - Magritte pastiche

Cartoon about food obsession
Magritte pastiche cartoon

A cartoon about eating disorders or obsessive food disorders, drawn as an editorial illustration for an article about the subject in the Guardian newspaper
The cartoon is based on Rene Magritte’s painting of a person with an apple in front of his face
The beefburger in front of the woman’s face represents obsession with food

Notice that the hills in the background are in the form of food, and the clouds in the sky are in the form of loaves of bread – a reference to Magritte
The cartoon about surrealist art, surrealism, diets, dieting

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Cookery cartoon

Cookery cartoon - recipe book for beginners

Cookery cartoon – a recipe book for beginners

A cartoon showing a person reading a recipe book to find out how to prepare baked beans

A cartoon about how to cook convenience food and about how people don’t know how to cook
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Garden vegetable glut – gardening and cookery cartoon

Courgette glut  - gardening and cookery cartoon

Vegetable gardening cartoon
Cookery cartoon

Cartoon of a gardener harvesting courgettes from his garden and bringing them into the kitchen

In the kitchen the gardener’s wife is looking at recipes for courgettes and is saying “It’s amazing how many recipes you can find with courgettes in them when you have to”

This is a joke about the problem of gluts of seasonal vegetables and fruit.
Home grown courgettes are a particularly good example of glut-prone vegetables

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Cookery cartoon. Cook losing her temper while cooking a Gordon Ramsay recipe

Cookery cartoon. Gordon Ramsay recipe

Cookery cartoon. Cook losing her temper while cooking a Gordon Ramsay recipe.

A cartoon about Gordon Ramsey and his bad language and temper.

The cartoon is funny because Gordon Ramsey is famous for swearing a lot, for using bad language and for having a bad temper. The humour lies in the fact that the cook seems to be taking on Gordon Ramsey’s personality traits as part of the cooking process. The cook is channelling Gordon Ramsey.
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Wind power cartoon – reduce carbon emissions by attaching a wind turbine to a barbecue

cartoon bbq powered by wind turbine

Environmental cartoon showing a barbecue powered by wind power instead of using charcoal – as a way of reducing carbon emissions.

Bbq cartoon- how to reduce your barbecue’s carbon footprint.

A cartoon encouraging people to reduce their carbon emissions and carbon footprint by using a wind turbine attached to a barbie.

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Diet cartoon – food fads and food intolerance

food fad intolerance cartoon

Diet cartoon. A cartoon about gluten intolerance, lactose intolerance, dietary fashions and food fad intolerance.

A cartoon about food intolerance, showing a person who is gluten intolerant (and who is rejecting some bread), a person who is lactose intolerant (and who is rejecting some milk) and a person who is food fad intolerant (and who eating a plate full of food that is normally labelled as unhealthy).

A cartoon about food fads, health, dietary fads, ibs, irritable bowel syndrome, nutrition, allergies, allergy, allergic reactions, food scares.

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Cartoon. Taste, and other aesthetic values, are a matter of circumstance

Cartoon. Rats looking at decaying food

Cartoon about taste, both gastronomic and aesthetic. Showing that values and tastes that people (or rats) possess are dependant on circumstances, context and so on, and are not fixed or absolute.

Cartoon showing rats looking at a discarded, decaying, rotting piece of food covered with flies and thinking that it looks delicious and attractive. In such circumstances we as humans would be subject to the gag reflex or wretch reaction.

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Vegetarianism cartoon: meat eating partners of vegetarians

Vegetarian cartoon: partners of vegetarians support group meeting

Meat eating partners of vegetarians cartoon
Vegetarianism cartoon

The cartoon shows an gathering of people who’s partners are vegetarians and vegans, but who are not vegetarian or vegan themselves, and who thus crave meat (which they either aren’t allowed to, or don’t like to, eat in the presence of their partners)

A cartoon about the way that people modify their behaviour in the presence of other people, especially to accommodate the other people’s social, ethical and cultural principles or mores.
A cartoon about food, ethics, meat eating, carnivorous or omnivorous diets, annual dinners, support groups, support networks

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Food intolerance cartoon

Diet cartoon. A cartoon showing a person who is gluten intolerant, a person who is lactose intolerant and a person who is food fad intolerant.

Food fad cartoon
Diet cartoon
A cartoon about gluten intolerance, lactose intolerance and food fad intolerance

A cartoon about food intolerance, showing a person who is gluten intolerant (and who is rejecting some bread), a person who is lactose intolerant (and who is rejecting some milk) and a person who is food fad intolerant (and who eating a plate full of food that is normally labelled as unhealthy)

A cartoon about food fads, health, dietary fads, ibs, irritable bowel syndrome, nutrition, allergies, allergy, allergic reactions, food scares

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Practical uses of philosophy – cartoon

Practical uses of philosophy cartoon

Practical uses of philosophy cartoon
Philosophy in the kitchen cartoon

A man ponders on a variation of Bishop George Berkley’s theory that if you can’t see something it doesn’t exist.
The caption reads: Who said philosophy had no practical uses?
The person is thinking: Because I can no longer see it, the washing up ceases to exist!
Bishop Berkley’s concept is known as idealism – the view that the external world does not exist independently of the mind. According to Berkeley all that exists are minds and their thoughts and sensations, with nothing to suggest that the external material world exists at all

A cartoon about domestic philosophy, materialism, immaterialism, excuses, rationalism, irrationalism, rationalisation, home-spun philosophies, justifications

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Diet cartoon: how to reduce the weight of fattening ingredients in recipes

Diet cartoon. A woman pushing up on the bottom of food weighing scales to pretend to reduce the weight of unhealthy ingredients

Diet cartoon
Cookery cartoon

Cartoon about dieting showing a young woman pushing up on the bottom of food weighing scales to deceive herself into thinking that she’s reducing the weight of unhealthy ingredients in a recipe

A cartoon about dieting, cooking, low fat food, reducing carbohydrates intake, health, healthy eating, lifestyle, unhealthy recipes

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Cooking cartoon. Kitchen cartoon

Cookery cartoon: a man looking at a sauce pan in a kitchen and wondering what it's used for

Cookery cartoon or kitchen cartoon

A man looking at a saucepan in a kitchen that’s full of gadgets, wondering what the saucepan is used for
He’s saying “What’s this gadget used for?”

A cartoon about gender differences, about deskilling, and about changes in food preparation methods
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Illustration about food obsession

food obsession - Magritte pastiche

Cartoon about food obsession
Magritte pastiche

An illustration about eating disorders or obsessive food disorders, drawn as an editorial illustration for an article about the subject in the Guardian newspaper
The cartoon is based on Rene Magritte’s painting of a person with an apple in front of his face
The beefburger in front of the woman’s face represents obsession with food

Notice that the hills in the background are in the form of food, and the clouds in the sky are in the form of loaves of bread – a reference to Magritte
An image about surrealist art, surrealism, diets, dieting

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