A Japanese artist who goes by the nickname of Tary has created a series of decadent food sculptures out of everyone's favorite building blocks. From fruits and bento boxes to junk food and even deserts, these LEGO creations resemble real foods as they melt and drip. Just look at the pizza slice with gooey "cheese" - it's mouth-watering!
Drooling over a LEGO sculpture might sound a bit weird to most people. But LEGO master Tary’s food pieces look so real that makes us hungry. A roasted chicken, bananas, apples and ice creams, and even pizza slices and bento boxes are all part of the collection made entirely from the famous Danish blocks.
One of Tary’s most recent creations was the Tendon tempura rice bowl. It was crafted by a combination of white blocks for the rice and brown and green vegetables among yellow and orange blocks assembled as a deep-fried shrimp tempura. This meal won Tary a first place in an original LEGO model contest and is currently on display, among other entries, at ClickBrick Lego store in Odaiba, Tokyo.
Via Spoon & Tamago