They melt in your mouth... and under hot liquid metal.
And it's all a delicious homage to a 1950s art scandal.
Just five minutes and this beautiful thing can be sitting on your plate.
"The artists we work with, their relationship to food is so different," Creativty Explored curators explain.
These stunning creations caught our eye with their intricate detail, bright decorations and cream-filled centers.
Yen Hoang, a food artist, an author and a businesswoman from Nha Trang, Vietnam, has come up with a creative way by creating
An exact century after the Cabaret Voltaire opened its doors in February 1916, one group performance descendant from Dada and Surrealist sensibilities this Valentine's Day was a performance art extravaganza called LUST, produced by the young New York artist-entertainer, designer and entrepreneur, Abby Hertz.
You can practically smell the fresh tomatoes.
They're, ugh, ripe for inspiration.
SpongeBob, Olaf and Minions -- Oh my!