The Food Art by Dan Cretu Transforms Fruits and Veggies into Artwork

By: Sarah Robson - Published: • References: ignant.de & neatorama
The Food Art by Dan Cretu is an absolutely spectacular transformation of food products into realistic everyday objects. Dan Cretu is a talented artist who has turned a variety of fruits and vegetables into items that include cassette tapes, cameras, portraits, shoes, soccer balls, bikes and motorcycles.

Cretu uses fruits and vegetables because of their bright and bold colors that make the sculptures really stand out. He uses lime slices for wheels, cucumbers for lenses and orange peels in place of leather for an Adidas shoe.

Dan Cretu is a photographer and visual artist whose ability to transform food into consumable sculptures is incredible. These impressive and quirky objects are some of the best examples of food art, and all of these manipulations look tasty enough to eat! Stats for Colorful Edible Sculptures Trending: Older & Buzzing
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