Giant Food Art: Jolita Vaitkute’s Work Disappears From Certain Angle
Here’s a new perspective on food: this giant food art by Lithuanian artists Emilija Vinžanovaitė and Jolita Vaitkutė (previously) only emerges as such when seen from a certain angle. The pair uses desserts, condiments, spices, and cheese to create their giant food art pieces, which include famous faces, animals – for example a bee made of fruits that are “just a small part of food diversity that humanity loses if bees disappear” – and street scenes, and can measure up to four metres.
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