Artist Jocelyn Teo Creates A Tiny Food You Can’t Eat

Jocelyn Teo of Singapore sculpts the most realistic miniatures of food and drinks, and it makes you hungry just looking at her art!

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“I was working with miniature food sculptures way before I found out about BJDs (ball-jointed dolls), and it’s been such a ride since then! It’s like starting a Chinese restaurant in India and after 2 years of just displaying food which looks good, and a group of Chinese walks in one day to have lunch. Maybe that’s not a good analogy, but hopefully you get what I mean! I chanced upon clay sculpting on one particularly boring day, and my boyfriend and I just decided to buy a box of clay just for fun. The rest’s history as they say,” she said.

Pistachio and raspberry macarons, the festive colours for ?. #miniature #macaron #polymerclay

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McCafé X AiClay I’m so happy to announce that I’ve been invited by the good people of McCafé, to hold Mini Latte Art Workshops during Singapore Coffee Festival! Also excited to announce that 6 of my followers can stand to win a pair of entry tickets to the festival and join me at my workshop! The workshops will be happening on 10th Jun (7-9pm) and 12th Jun (2-4pm). To enter the contest, simply follow both AiClay and @mccafesg then comment on this picture. Tag a fellow coffee lover, and state which date you’ll like to attend SCF on (together with your friend), either 10th Jun or 12th Jun. Include your email address! You must be 18 years or older to enter the contest. I’ll be picking 6 winners across both Facebook and Instagram, and you’ll be notified via email. Contest ends on 5th June, midnight. #mccafesg #miniature #latte #singaporecoffeefestival

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