While these pictures of meals look good enough to eat, they are actually part of an inedible food series shot by photographer T.Q Lee from Australia. The meals are made up of random objects that look seemingly like popular food items.
The photography series, fittingly titled 'Inedible,' looks at the superficial and artificial aspect of everyday meals. Each of the popular dishes are made from a variety of plastic toys, toxic liquids or bizarre substances. For example, the healthy looking breakfast cereal and fruit juice are actually made from yellow LEGO bricks and red turpentine. An image of a tasty looking vanilla milkshake and hot dog at a closer look is actually made from a white rubber glove and a plastic suds spider.
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