If you’ve ever looked at a gummy bear and mentally dissected it to its bare bones and insides, you obviously share Jason Freeny’s vision. He’s been there too and he’s figured it all out for us less imaginative folks. This skeletal amping is quite a pattern — he’s done it to cartoon characters too. In [...]
Jeanne Vadeboncoeur’s charming paintings of gummy bears depict these colorful candies in an expressive light. Her realism is so spot-on, you can almost taste the emotion in her paintings.
Dublin-based creative agency Boys and Girls recently did a series of ads for a weight loss brand and it involves killing popular snack foods in ways other than eating them alive. Bet you’ve never seen gummy bears mourn their dead comrades until now.
And then, there’s this: made from more than 50,000 Gummy Bears and weighing in at an impressive 220 pounds, this kaleidoscopic candy-meets-fashion creation was inspired by Alexander McQueen’s infamous Parrot Dress to celebrate the inaugural print issue of Twelv Magazine. Lady GaGa, eat your heart out.
Alexander McQueen, eat your (jelly) heart out. For the launch of TWELV Magazine, Hissa Igarashi and Sayuri Marakumi designed a breathtaking dress using only … wait for it … gummy bears. Yum! The dress is modelled on an equally tasty creation by the late, great Alexander McQueen.
Minneapolis-based Brock Davis doesn’t eat junk food when he sees it, he makes sculptures out of it. So far he has splayed a gummy bear to make a bearskin rug, built a tree house out of broccoli, cast a Dark Side of the Moon with dorito chips, and made the Stonehenge out of rice krispies. [...]