The 'Five o’clock Tea' snack food art installation by quirky artist Rogerio Degaki features all the classic bites as enormous over-sized sculptures.
Rogerio Degaki created colossal cracks, over-sized donuts, gigantic boxed chocolates and huge pretzels creations to tempt the stomachs and emotions of his audience. To make his audience drool drown their chins, these great big delectable food art sculptures are extremely detailed and really do look like the real thing.
Some of the pieces featured in this exhibit even hide creative messages; for example, if you look closely at the toast and jam sculpture, you can see a face lurking under the jam. While each sculpture is a beautiful rendition of a popular sweet and salty treat, I would advise not looking at these on an empty stomach because they'll definitely make you hungry.
Rogerio Degak's snack food art exhibit is featured at the Brazilian British Center, Brazil.
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