Stephanie Kilgast Creates A Miniature Food Sculptures That Are Adorably Realistic – Design You Trust

Stephanie Kilgast Creates A Miniature Food Sculptures That Are Adorably Realistic

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Artist Stephanie Kilgast, who also goes by Petit Plat, loves her fruits and veggies. In fact, she loves them so much that she challenged herself to make a tiny model of one fruit, vegetable, or root every day for a year. She catalogues these creations on Tumblr.

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Everyone can appreciate a great piece of art and a healthy snack. Combine the two, and you’re in for a real treat.

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Each sculpture is crafted from polymer clay, and Kilgast painstakingly molds every detail to make her creations look as realistic as possible.

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ou might not be able to think of 200 different types of fruits and vegetables off the top of your head, but that was all part of the challenge for Kilgast.

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On her Tumblr, she not only showcases the snacks, but also labels and describes them to inspire viewers to try something new. This collection is both artistic and educational!

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Have a look at all these wonderful sculptures on Tumblr. You can also check out Kilgast’s other work, including her polymer jewelry, on her website, and see some behind-the-scenes action on her blog.

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Still can’t get enough? Keep up with her latest creations on Facebook and Instagram.

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