Malaysian artist Hong Yi’s project 31 Days of Creativity with Food is what happens when an artist plays with her food. A basic white plate served as the canvas for her food-art creations. (This is making me think of copyright law, because I’m an IP nerd, but I guess the actual art would not be copyrightable, although her photographs depicting the art are.) Check out what she does with Oreos; I want one of these! I love the giant squid one. These are so creative and cool!
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