The Art of Food: Sculptures of Famous Landmarks

Forget the fact that your parents taught you not to play with your food

Photo Sasabune Omakase Modified: Flickr/erin/CC 4.0

This is a cool monument, but when a food art version of Mount Rushmore? Awesome.

Technically speaking, food artists are creating history with each piece of food art they create.

 


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Basically, all of London was created out of slices of bread. Now that’s some serioues wonder bread, and it is fan-bloody-tastic.


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It’s only natural to recreate the Roman Coliseum out of pizza dough. How much more Italian could one landmark get?

 


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This PB&J sandwich replic of London’s Big Ben has got us thinking one thing: It’s peanutbutter jelly time, peanut butter jelly time.


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Sure, Mount Rushmore is pretty cool, but a Mount Rushmore made out of cheese? Now we’re talking.


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The French were probably beyond thrilled to see a replica of the Eiffel Tower made completely from bacon. Seriously, who wouldn’t be? 

There is nothing as cool as a ferris wheel, and the London eye takes the cake - or the fries. The London eye made from French fries? Now that is that not wheely, wheely good.

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