by Inigo del Castillo in New Food and Packaging on Friday 9 May 2014

When they said food is an art form, they weren’t kidding. Mexican chocolate maker ‘UNELEFANTE’ created these chocolate bars that appear to have been moulded from Jackson Pollock’s paintings and melted crayons. The first one, aptly named ‘Pollock’, is made from 54% cocoa and is hand-painted with chocolate cocoa butter in different, vibrant colours. ‘These creations have the ability to generate an unforgettable experience and really make people smile’, says Tatiana Sanchez, founder and creative director of UNELEFANTE.

Like other beautiful artworks, they come with a price – and a steep on at that! ‘Pollock’ is priced at $420 for 3 bars, and are available for purchase here. What is it with random paint splashes that make them so darn expensive? Art, I tell ya!

Via This Is Colossal