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Artist Dominic Wilcox Recreates British Landmarks From Jaffa Cakes
Posted By Mike Chino On March 14, 2012 @ 10:30 am In Art,Design,Environment,Gallery,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials,Sustainable Food | 1 Comment
Dominic Wilcox was challenged to recreate a series of British monuments and icons using only the UK's popular McVitie's Jaffa Cakes as his material. Wilcox set about making eight different British inspired creations by nibbling his way through boxes of Jaffa Cakes. The edible art work includes famous landmarks such as London's Tower Bridge, ancient Stonehenge, and the White Cliffs of Dover (pictured above). Wilcox says "I think I went through over 250 Jaffa Cakes to get them right. A typical problem I had was when I got distracted by something on the radio and then look back to realise that I'd just eaten the Loch Ness monster."
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