One of the earliest known appearances of the still life in art, decorative mosaics, or "emblema," were found in the homes of wealthy ancient Romans. They showed the variety of food enjoyed by the upper classes, celebrated seasons, and related the owner’s hospitality. The source photos of food displays for this work were found on cruise and wedding decoration blogs or other platforms and serve as signs of middle or upper class celebration and luxury. Here, my exploration of California’s agriculture continued through these remakes of the traditional painted still life, using screen-printing and sheets of paint to create contemporary versions of large fruit and food displays.