Crumbs and Doilies, London-based cupcake company, created a cherry blossom tree mosaic using 10,000 cupcakes for a Japanese TV show. Incredibly delicious. Check out all of Crumb and Doilies’ food art on their Flickr photostream and website. The competition cupcakes are truly mouth-watering.
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Yeonju Sung is a brilliant artist who constructs high fashion garments from food in her series: Wearable Foods. Sung begins by designing clothing out of materials, such as eggplant, lotus root, chewing gum, shrimp and chicken. She photographs her culinary couture which ultimately is Sung’s exhibited works (not the sculptures, themselves). A graduate of Hongik University, Seoul. Yeonju Sung lives, works and exhibits in Seoul. To see more of her amazing, edible art- check out Yeonju Sung’s website here.
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Tags: Art, edible art, Fashion, Food, food couture, Hongik University, Korean Artist, Photography, Sculpture, Yeonju Sung
These amazing LEGO sculptures were created by artist, Bruce Lowell. Recently popularized by his LEGO doughnut, which was created out of four 90° curves, creating a complete circle out of the quadrilateral shapes. Bruce’s sculptures are an amazing mixture of mathematics and art. Be sure to check out the last picture of Bruce’s LEGO collection (below)! To see more of his astonishing sculptures, please visit Bruce’s Flickr stream here. (via My Modern Met)
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