Is there a time and a place for a slice of pepperoni pizza? Not according to photographer Jonpaul Douglass in his series of photographs entitled Pizza in the Wild. The LA photographer makes his viewers do a double take when confronted with his unusual representation of one of our favorite meals. These photographs show impeccable pizzas in nearly every situation imaginable —draped like Dali’s clocks across street signs or being devoured by a peacock— we can only wonder where they will end up next.

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