The Peter Anton Sculpture Series Looks Good Enough to Eat

By: Robyn Currie - Published: Oct 22, 2009 • References: peteranton & blog.urbanoutfitters
The worst part about fake food is that when you try to eat it, it doesn’t taste very good. The best part is that is always looks delicious. Which is why the Peter Anton Sculpture series are so mystifying.

Here is how it works. He creates giant sculptures to look like delicious treats (donuts, candy, ice cream, chocolate covered strawberries), and then displays them. So the Peter Anton Sculpture you are about to look at is a piece of art. Don’t try and eat it! Stats for Artistic Fake Foods Trending: Older & Mild
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