Who says you shouldn’t play with your food? These yummy creations were made by sculpting, stacking, and molding edible items into funky shapes. Check out the photos!
This person-shaped pear was made by a farmer in Weixian, China. He invented a plastic mold that goes around still-growing fruit, then simply lets it grow.
Photograph by AFP, Getty Images
This savory sculpture, modeled after a hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was carved out of mild cheddar cheese.
Photograph by Sarah Kaufmann, Rex, REX USA
A restaurant owner in Glasgow, Scotland, created a pizza featuring the face of Raphael, one of the four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Photograph by Domenico Crolla, Splash News, Corbis
This sculpture is part of an annual carving competition in Oaxaca, Mexico, called Night of the Radishes, which takes place every December 23.
Photograph by vichinterlang, iStockphoto
Grilled in Toronto, Canada, this giant hamburger weighed in at a whopping 590 pounds (268 kilograms).
Photograph by WENN Ltd, Alamy
A sculptor pieced together this dragon scene at a melon-carving festival in Xinjiang, China.
Photograph by Top Photo Corporation, Rex, REX USA
This tasty top, fashioned from British biscuits, was worn to a horse-racing track in Liverpool, England.
Photograph by Paul Greenwood, BPI, Rex, REX USA
An artist created this 1,000-pound butter sculpture for a farmers’ event in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Photograph by Delmas Lehman, Dreamstime
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