Kevin Van Aelst Makes Playing With Your Food Pretty

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: Jun 9, 2009   Updated: Jun 16 2011 • References: eatmedaily &
When his parents said playing with your food is bad, Kevin Van Aelst must not have been listening, as is evident by the choice of medium for his artwork.

Kevin Van Aelst's food art features fingerprints made of mustard, on the tops of pies, and giant cheeto fingerprints. Along with world-designed apples and time telling pies, Kevin Van Aelst's art is full of fun, and full of food.

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