Food Art Everyday items made to look like meals

A creative graphic designer has created a series of fake food, created from ordinary everyday items in the house.

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Burger play

Burger

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Kristina Lechner, a graphic designer who can't cook, decided to make items look like food instead.

In a photography series called 'food not food', which involve creating several fake food made entirely out of regular household items.

Kristina says she started the project out of a need for creative outlet and a need to do do something entirely out of the box.

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Thus, Kristina has invented a new interest in regular items; making a bath sponge into a burger and matches into french fries.

Ice cream cone play

Ice cream cone

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This ice cream cone made of a bulb and toilet paper roll.

Muffin play

Muffin

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This muffin made of coffee filters and topped with white baby powder.

Noodles play

Noodles

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Take-out noodles made of twine, loofah, socks, sharpie covers, crayons and pencils for chopsticks.

Ice cream play

Ice cream

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This ice cream made out of a white washcloth.

French fries play

French fries

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French fries made of match sticks.

French toast play

French toast

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French toast made of sponge and raspberries made of rubberbands.

Oreos play

Oreos

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Oreo cookies made out of checkers

Popcorn play

Popcorn

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Popcorn made of crumbled post-it notes.

Spaghetti play

Spaghetti

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Spaghetti made of rubber bands, sauce made from paper clips, meatballs made out rubber bands and garlic bread made of painted kitchen sponge. 

Sandwich play

Sandwich

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Sandwich made of kitchen items; bread made from sponges, tomatoes made of tupperware lids, lettuce made of rubber gloves and cheese out of napkins.

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