Kim Burke's clay miniature food sculptures were featured previously on Neatorama. Years later, her offerings are more varied, detailed and strikingly realistic. Burke's miniatures are modeled on photographs. The resulting works, artfully presented on objects so small they can be balanced on our fingertips, look good enough to make me hungry.
Burke shapes the clay using needles, razor blades and rocks. What began as a hobby for Burke later turned into a major passion. Each tiny piece can take up to three hours to produce.
Hopefully, this sort of thing won't fall into the wrong paws, such as those of a tiny hamster or hedgehog.
Read more here, and visit Kim Burke's website or her Etsy shop Fairchildart to see more of her delicious pieces.
Images Credit: Fairchildart
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