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Painted Food Illusions

painted food disguised to look like other food by Tokyo-based artist Hikaru Cho

For a quick exercise in ruling the universe, just shop at Chicago-based Etsy store Vintage Confections, where they offer a 10-piece lollipop set of solar system planets in two flavours: cotton candy and strawberry. Black-flecked at the back with silver edible glitter that pass off as stars, the ten planets in the set are: the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.

Now you can suck on the planets as lollipops

Unleash your inner Galactus with Vintage Confections' "Planets solar system space ball style hard candy lollipop". The lollipops feature images.

Hikaru Cho Food Everything is Not What it Seems 5

Its not what it seems Hikaru Cho painted food Orange you glad I am a tomato

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Conceptual Poster Design

I have to learn how to do this. I can do this with my cheap DSLR!You can learn to do this right now! It should be required to rustic food photography . Tricks with only a camera! I am going to take some of my own. Click and receive.

new textiles from elephant landing - more pattern inspiration at jojotastic.com

pinspiration station // pattern

Spray-painted fruit showing complementary colours. The trio of colours works perfectly

Tokyo-based artist Hikaru Cho -a playful series aptly titled “It’s not what it seems,” Choo-san (as she is called) paints over foods like bananas, tomatoes and eggs, creating a brilliant disguise that presents her subjects as entirely different food. The series is certainly a lot more light-hearted than her recent campaign to raise awareness for sexual exploitation.

It’s not what it seems

Tokyo-based artist Hikaru Cho -a playful series aptly titled “It’s not what it seems,” Choo-san (as she is called) paints over foods like bananas, tomatoes and eggs, creating a brilliant disguise that presents her subjects as entirely different food. The series is certainly a lot more light-hearted than her recent campaign to raise awareness for sexual exploitation.

Hikaru Cho

Des peintures trompeuses sur légumes

Artist Paints Common Foods to Disguise them as Other Foods vegetables painting optical illusion fruit food

Supermarket Simulacrum II by Corey Bartle-Sanderson | Yellowtrace.

Marble Trends: Part 01 Curated by Yellowtrace.

In his series titled Supermarket Simulacrum II, artist Corey Bartle-Sanderson, disguises fruit and then reveals it.

Quirky Interpretations of Everyday Objects – Fubiz Media

Quirky Interpretations of Everyday Objects

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spirandelli: “ Power to the banana - light test ”

Waarom je "dat kan ik ook" eigenlijk niet mag zeggen over kunst - HLN.be

Waarom je "dat kan ik ook" eigenlijk niet mag zeggen over kunst - HLN.be

« Harm Less », les armes végétales de la photographe  Composition Sonia Rentsch - Photo : Albert Comper

« Harm Less » : des végétaux contre les armes

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