Now You See It. Now You Don’t

These foodies and photogs give us a different view of food art.

Our love for food art like this wooly food is well-documented. But even in our unending endeavor to find the coolest food art, we’ve really never come across anything like this.

Composed by Lithuanian duo Emilija Vinzanovaite and Jolita Vaitkute, it is a surprising portrait of food that will make you look your food in a different light, every time. These gigantic art installations involve arranging tasty foods to create large portraits of things, animals and even famous people such as Albert Einstein.

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The Lithuanian duo also lay out various desserts such as chocolates, strawberries, muffins, grapes and macaroons to create the famous ‘Afghan Girl’ photo– who was once covered in National Geographic in 1985 – as well as famous Lithuanian composer M.K. Ciurlionis.

While the talented team uses the same technique to compose all their installations, you are only able to see them from a single perspective or angle to actually see the image which is totally mind blowing. It looks so good that you’ll be doing a double take before indulging.

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