Sally Reynolds' Creation is Shaped Like a Woman's Breast

 - Sep 26, 2018
References: salreynolds & dezeen
The award-winning ice cream sculpture in Bompas & Parr's competition boasts flavors of rose and chai. The shape of the edible artwork is also exceptionally provocative, delicate and ties into the social dynamic of contemporary culture. New York-based Sally Reynolds draws inspiration from classical sculptures and womanhood. Her award-winning ice cream creation is shaped like a woman's breast which liberates the stigma behind exposed female torsos.

Dubbed 'Homage to the Breast,' the artist reveals that her primary intent was to "play on the power of the currency of women in the days of royalty." Not only is the award-winning ice cream incredibly provocative but its flavoring is exceptional as well. The piece is made with Rose Masala Chai — a vanilla-based gelato that is seasoned with rose syrup and chai spice.

The image gallery reveals the award-winning ice cream, as well as runner-up pieces by Estela Gless and Michele Menescardi.