Simon Steer, a businessman, could not believe it when he cracked open an egg into a frying pan and it formed the perfect shape of a chicken. The yolk formed the hen’s head and feathered chest, while the white formed the rest of the bird’s body – including a tail, a leg and claw.
Japanese artist Yukiko Morita has created lamps out of real loaves of bread. Made from a simple bread recipe and then coated in resin — a battery-powered LED lamp is inserted to help add some mood light to any room. These battery-powered lamps give off a warm glow that is exactly how we picture fresh bread in our hearts and minds.
Lauryn Hill portrait made from Corn Flakes cereal.
New York City artist Sarah Rosado has created celebrity portraits out of corn flakes cereals. The depictions are really very good and typically don’t need a caption for you to figure out who they are. It takes her about 6 to 8 hours to complete each portrait.
Chinese confectioners create miniature Terracotta army, wearing Santa hats, entirely out of chocolate. It took 10 days and 100kg of Belgian chocolate to shape these edible soldiers. The 300 warriors were crafted by bakers at Xi’an Shangri-La hotel in Xi’an city, capital of northwest China’s Shaanxi Province. Previously Ukrainians also created Russian president Vladimir Putin-shaped chocolates.