Rice Krispies treats are already an art form — with their combination of crispy and gooey, and the ability to make kids and adults go nuts at the sight of them.
When kids are hungry, feeling creative, and/or they’re going through their processed lunch-meat period — stuff like Bologna Wall Art happens.
Brought to us by Kyoot Kids, the case of the missing bologna is solved, when it’s discovered that the bologna is now on exhibit in the hallway.
The best part is that the little artists created an ever-evolving piece — removing a meat-sphere, taking a bite, and then re-sticking it for us to enjoy.
By painting the outside of various foodstuffs, it’s not until we get to see the food’s actual innards, that we realize we’ve been messed with. Check out more below and over at Cho’s website here.
Everyone enjoys optical illusions… especially when puppies and bagels are involved. Artist Karen Zack (@teenybiscuit) agrees. She’s also asking all of the right questions… specifically, Puppy or Bagel?
So, it’s OK if your mind plays tricks on you when viewing Zack’s Twitter account. Or, if you’ve ever craved brunch after seeing your dog nap.
Zack also toys with our minds, with puppies that look like fried chicken. Not that we needed an excuse to crave fried chicken.
labradoodle or fried chicken ? pic.twitter.com/wn5bdjdtDf
— karen zack (@teenybiscuit) March 3, 2016
Vera Wong is a talented illustrator with an obsession for pop-culture and potassium. Using a banana as her canvas, Wong transforms the fruit into various pop culture characters.
While paint and ink begin to give the banana some personality, the art really comes to life with the addition of paper and other props. Wong then peels open and eats every character, so there’s no food waste. Check out more below.