Scott Blake

"I Am What I Eat," in which artist Scott Blake presents hand-painted, enlarged replicas of the Universal Product Code bar codes found on 32 food items from his grocery list. The work pays homage to the 32 soup-can paintings that Andy Warhol debuted in 1962. Smartphone and tablet users can focus on the bar codes and discover the food/beverage items represented.

Scott Blake I am a very frivolous artist and my work has been in fantastic art galleries. I've exhibited in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington DC, Paris, Vienna, and beyond. The New York Times, The Wall Street Jounral, FHM, Bizarre, Art Papers, and Adbusters magazine have featured my Barcode Art, in addition I was interviewed on ABC World News Tonight, BBC, Boing Boing, and Tech TV. The creators of Photoshop recognized my artwork at the Adobe Design Achievement Awards, held in the Guggenheim Museum NYC. I was commissioned to create custom art for the actress Jane Fonda and also by the University of Ottawa in Canada. I received a BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2003. I was born in Tampa, Florida 1976 and I currently live in Omaha, Nebraska.