When I was five, I asked my mother what hair was made of. She attempted to explain it to me in a way that I could understand, but eventually said "protein". "What's that?" She tried to explain protein, and used peanut butter as an example. So, as I misunderstood it, hair was made out peanut butter. I then made a hair-and-jelly sandwich. It tasted terrible.
Where was I? Oh, yeah: Adrienne Antonson makes stunningly realistic models of insects using human hair as her crafting material. They do not go well with jelly.
Link via The Presurfer | Artist's Website