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Solar system lollipops by Vintage Confections

Unleash your inner Galactus with Vintage Confections' "Planets solar system space ball style hard candy lollipop". The lollipops feature images.

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CAKE WITH EDIBLE FLOWERS (D E S I G N L O V E F E S T)

cake in your face // cake with colorful edible flowers (and matching dress)

By dropping different foods manually onto bendable plates, Esther Lobo created her series ‘Rorschach’.

Rorschach by Esther Lobo

Esther Lobo’s “Rorschach” Photographs Use Food, Not Ink

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Bendita Gloria's pickle stall identity is utterly brilliant and slightly bonkers

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Esther Lobo’s “Rorschach” Photographs Use Food, Not Ink

Test de Rorschach, encre sur papier canson - T-shirt Scarabée - pour homme - marque Boys don't cry / Men's t-shirt - Boys don't cry brand

Test de Rorschach, encre sur papier canson - T-shirt Scarabée - pour homme - marque Boys don't cry / Men's t-shirt - Boys don't cry brand

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El test de Rorschach con alimentos

Madrid-based photographer Esther Lobo stumbled upon the idea of recreating classic images of Rorschach tests with food quite accidentally, according to Junk Culture. But her series, titled Rorschach Food, was developed in a pretty classic Roschach way.

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Rorschach Test With Food

Well known for being produced with inks tasks, the Rorschach test is here interpreted by photographer Esther Lobo with food elements such as yoghurt, ice cream

∴ Esther Lobo's "Rorschach"

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Instead of ink, Madrid-based photographer Esther Lobo has recreated the Rorschach inkblot test—those used in psychological.

Art prints of every day objects by Paul Fuentes

Art prints of every day objects by Paul Fuentes

Paul Fuentes is a Mexican graphic designer with the mission to make people happy by producing images of common food, animals and objects with a twist.

By dropping different foods manually onto bendable plates, Esther Lobo created her series ‘Rorschach’.

Rorschach by Esther Lobo

Foto 2 del tríptico Rorschach II by FahLoSue Esther Lobo, via

...because a peach like you should totally pear with me.

because a peach like you should totally pear with me." by Vanessa Dualib

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