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Dough Creations Become Unusual with the Creation of the Universe Set

 - Dec 31, 2013
References: niemann.blogs.nytimes & designtaxi
These dough creations tell and illustrate a story about the ‘Creation of The Universe’ in holiday theme. The artist Christoph Niemann is a visual columnist for The Times Magazine who attempts to create an informative story. He uses the catch phrase "Let it Dough!" instead of the festive song ‘Let it Snow.' The tools he uses to create each illustration are dough, a cookie cutter, a rolling pin and some sprinkles to add some character.

Each scene portrays how the world was created with animals, countries, humans and the development of life in general. The colors used for the story have a red background and dough that is molded into objects. His hands are also shown so the viewer gets an idea of how each piece was made. These dough creations show a creative way to get into the holiday spirit.