Fruit and vegetable food sculptures by Dan Cretu

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Friday 8 November 2013

When our parents told us not to play with our food, we know one person who didn’t listen. Dan Cretu, a photographer based in Romania, created different everyday objects from fruits and vegetables. From an orange and a lime, he was able to construct a camera. Using calamansi and chili peppers, he came up with a motorbike that’s definitely… a hot ride (did you get it? Yes you did).

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Miniature food sculptures by Shay Aaron

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By Samantha Dalrymple in New Art on Saturday 5 May 2012

Created by Shay Aaron from Israel, these handmade miniature sculptures of food are particularly appetizing. Each tiny sculpture is created with so much detail, it makes you wonder how long it took him to create each one of them.

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Weapons of mass destruction made from harmless materials

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By Sarah Pinch in New Art on Saturday 17 December 2011

Soft Guerilla is one of the latest projects from Kyle Bean. The collection is a series of sculptures depicting weapons of mass destruction, and includes artillery made entirely from edible matter. Let us all take a leaf from Bean’s book and make food, not war.

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