Artist Creates Edible Replica Of A House From Tim Burton’s Newest Movie – Design You Trust

Artist Creates Edible Replica Of A House From Tim Burton’s Newest Movie


Los Angeles-based artist Christine McConnell (previously here and here) created this astounding replica and she made it by using gingerbread. The gingerbread house is supposed to be a replica of a house from Tim Burton’s newest movie “Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children.” Not only does it look cool, but it’s 100% edible.

More info: Christine McConnell, Instagram, Flickr, Facebook


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