Eraser Food, a series mixing product photography, photo illustration and graphic design by San Francisco-based artist Pratik Parulekar, is more than just a pretty images: they are an artistic commentary on the amount of Azodicarbonamide — a chemical used in the making of shoes and yoga mats to improve elasticity — in food products today. The World Health Organisation released evidence that ADA can induce asthma, as well as other respiratory and skin symptoms to people working with the chemical. Used in bread, bagels, tortillas, hamburger buns and pizza, Parulekar explores the unfortunate reality of this ingredient in the food we ingest. More of his work on his website and Instagram.