Because It's Fun to Play With Your Dinner

By: Alex Covert - Published:   Updated: Aug 31 2011 • References: dailycomicbreak
We've all been told to not play with our food. However, the producer of these creations obviously didn't listen.

The collection of images includes everything from a hungry bread monster eating a knife, to a little tomato man herding collie flower.

The photos appear to be real carvings, but perhaps there's been a bit of digital manipulation (the peeing lemon?). Check out this site for more food sculptures.

Implications - Businesses that transform everyday or commonly-used items into unusual structures will benefit in many ways. Consumers will willingly invest in products that offer a fresh perspective. The ability for businesses to transform something mundane into magnificent will see very large returns. Stats for Food Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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