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San Francisco sculpted out of Jell-O by Liz Hickock,

unknownskywalker: “San Francisco Jelly Art San Francisco artist Liz Hickok constructs her dramatic cityscapes out entirely out of jelly.

Chinese artist Liu Bolin waits for his colleagues to put a finishing touch on him to blend into rows of soft drinks in his artwork entitled "Plasticizer" to express his speechlessness at use of plasticizer in food additives, in his studio at the 798 Art District in Beijing, China, Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011.

Chinese artist Liu Bolin waits for his colleagues to put a finishing touch on him to blend into rows of soft drinks in his artwork entitled “Plasticizer” to express his speechlessness at use of.

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Emily Blincoe, a photographer from Austin, Texas, creates beautiful, colorful and soothing photos of everyday objects by arranging them into neat and orderly

behind-the-scenes at AUDI's largest toolmaking factory - designboom | architecture & design magazine

AUDI design wall: behind-the-scenes at the AUDI toolmaking factory -- designboom get's a sneak peak of the car company's largest toolmaking factory.

An image of an Arabidopsis thaliana flower, commonly known as thale cress. Stefan Eberhard.

18 Mind-Blowing Images From The World Of Science

Scanning electron micrograph of part of a thale cress flower, showing the male and female reproductive organs. The female part of the flower, the pistil (the blue feathery structure on an olive green.

Liz Hickok, Jell-O Architecture, jello, eco art, temporary art, architecture, architectural models, sf, nyc

Liz Hickok Builds Amazing Architectural Models Out of Jell-O

@CarlosCruzDiez: Las caminerías del estadio de los Marlins en Miami

Un cruz diez en la caminería del Miami Ballpark

© Josema Cutillas

Reforma de Consultorio Médico en Entrambasaguas / Perez - Ruiz de Apodaca

Built by Perez - Ruiz de Apodaca in Entrambasaguas, Spain with date Images by Josema Cutillas .

From "Mark Rice-Ko: An Edible Take on Rothko" on The Kitchn

Mark Rice-Ko: An Edible Take on Rothko

Chef/stylist Caitlin Levin and photographer Henry Hargreaves do an interpretation of Mark Rothko's paintings using colored rice.

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