Artist Turns Old Mattresses Into Giant Foods – Design You Trust

Artist Turns Old Mattresses Into Giant Foods


Recently, French street artist Lor-K has been cutting, shaping, and painting old mattresses so that they look like giant versions of common foods. If you’ve ever wanted a slice of pizza that’s big enough to be a complete meal, she can provide it!

h/t: neatorama, laughingsquid


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