Most people probably just think of chocolate as a tasty treat—but others see it as art! Check out the sweet chocolate creations in these photos.
'STAR WARS' SNACK: A chocolate sculpture of an adorable Yoda—a character from the Star Wars movie series—was made by a chocolatier in New York City.
Photograph by Laurentiu Garofeanu, Barcroft USA, Barcoft Media via Getty Images
CHOCOLATE PICASSO: Using chocolate as paint, an artist creates a portrait of famous painter Pablo Picasso during an event in Barcelona, Spain.
Photograph by JOSEP LAGO, AFP, Getty Images
A LOT OF CHOCOLATE: A chocolate cat sleeps on a chocolate chair in the "Chocolate Room," a 183-square-foot (17-square-meter) space in Vilnius, Lithuania, that’s covered from floor to ceiling with the sweet stuff.
Photograph by PETRAS MALUKAS, AFP, Getty Images
SWEET STATUE: Modeled off the terra-cotta warriors—an army of life-size clay statues created for the first Chinese emperor—this chocolate sculpture stands on display at an event in Shanghai, China.
Photograph by Lucas Schifres, Getty Images
FAIRY TALE TREAT: The frog prince of a popular storybook is taken from the pages to the real world in a display at a chocolate shop in Antwerp, Belgium.
Photograph by Stuart Forster Europe, Alamy
REGAL DESSERT: Made of 1,100 pounds (500 kilograms) of chocolate, a white eagle—one of Poland’s national symbols—sits in front of the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, Poland, to celebrate Polish Flag Day.
Photograph by AP Photo, Czarek Sokolowski
TASTY TEMPLE: The real Temple of Kukulkan in Mexico took about 200 years to complete. Chocolatiers in Irving, California, spent about 17 days creating the 6-foot-tall replica.
Photograph by Duncan Selby, Alamy
FINISHING TOUCH(DOWN): A chef sprays a thin layer of dark chocolate onto a clay sculpture of former football player Peyton Manning in Broomfield, Colorado.
Photograph by Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post via Getty Images
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