One of Adam Perry‘s two daughters suffers from severe food allergies and must subsist on a restricted diet that can be bland and repetitive. In order to enhance the experience, Adam has used her morning toast to create a series of impressive sculptures ranging from a drum set to a suspension bridge.

Perry told ABC News that they are intended to “get her excited about her breakfast again and to make both the girls laugh when they came down to eat.” The experience has also seen his skills improve and his following grow on social media.

“It’s just a bit of fun, but when people, comment and say it’s brightened their day somehow it feels great, so I’m going to keep going and see where the toast takes me.”

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Using “ebru techniques”, artist Garip Ay recreated Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpiece “Starry Night”, as well as a Van Gogh self-portrait, in a bowl of water.

Ebru is described as an ancient decorative paper art that involves manipulating chemical-enhanced water and an oiled surface into images that are then transferred to paper.

Ay is classically trained and his work has been exhibited around the world – which explains why he makes the process look so effortless.

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Artist and sculptor Shinri Tezuka specializes in a unique medium: he transforms candy into stunning works of art. In the past, we’ve featured his stunning lollipop animals.

As you can see above, his latest creation for the summer season is lollipops that are designed to resemble uchiwa fans. If you’d like to pick up one of these artistic treats, your best bet is to head to Tokyo and visit one of his stores between now and the end of August. [click to continue…]


Instagram user Melaquino has been crafting latte art for the last four years, and judging by her photos and videos, you can tell that she’s already mastered the medium.

See Also: More Delicious Latte Art

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LEGO bricks come with a clear warning that they’re a choking hazard, but when they’re crafted into awesome replicas of delicious food and snacks, it almost seems worth the risk.

LEGO artist Tary has recreated some of the most famous snacks around the world in a series of brick sculptures with vibrant, awesome colors.

The artist’s most popular LEGO food creation is definitely the pizza slice, but there are many others. In fact, Tary’s take on shrimp tempura won first place in a recent LEGO building contest.

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I have to admit—I would watch the hell out of a live action episode of Bob’s Burgers with the voice cast portraying the characters. This art by Sam Gilbey gives us a taste of what that might look like.

If you want to check it out in person, the piece is currently on display at Gallery 1988.

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Over the past few years, there has been plenty of fan art created in honor Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, and Mother of Dragons.

Add “Seasoner of Steaks” to that list.

Artist DinoTomic, who goes by atomiccircus on Deviant Art, was inspired as so many have been by Emilia Clarke’s pivotal character from Game of Thrones, and decided to immortalize her in his own piece of artwork – crafted entirely from salt.

Watch the portrait come to life in the video below.

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Thanks to his incredible healing factor, Bananapool never gets ripe enough to make Bananapool bread. Bananaman is the hero you need for that job.

Created by Stephan Brusche.

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Tombstone artist and stone engraver @t_hide3 specializes in creating engravings on tombstones for the ULTIMATE Love Live! fan. Fortunately, he’s also taken to engraving glass bottles for fans that are, you know, still alive.

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Cake wizard and DIY fan Kelly Mindell whipped up this clever and probably incredibly delicious dessert ruse. At first glance, it looks like a bowl of Froot Loops, but it’s actually a tasty cake WITH Froot Loops! Breakfast has never been better.

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