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Deliciously Detailed Miniature Food Art

Last week deviantART reshared a post from last fall. It's worth looking at every single one of these pictures. They are hand-crafted miniature sculptures of desserts, fruits, finger foods, and holiday dinners. When I say miniature, I mean they can fit on the tip of your finger with room to spare. You can see every crumb, every seed, the runny sauces, and in some cases the sheen of grease. It's not just the food. The tables, crates, and platters were carefully crafted too. If you didn't have an object of comparison for these photos, you'd think they were fresh and ready to eat.

To give the artists their due, you'll have to go to the link to see what I'm talking about.

Unbelievable Realistic Miniature Food Sculptures (Oct 23, 2014)


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