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Anamorphic Food Art

(Photo: Emilija Vinzanovaite)

Jolita Vaitkuta is a food artist from Lithuania. She makes many edible anamorphic compositions, such as this portrait of Einstein. It looks just like him when viewed from the right angle and is tasty from any angle.

Here's Vaitkuta's sculpture of a bee. But it doesn't look anything like a bee--unless you're using the right perspective:

You can see more examples of Vaitkute's anamorphic food art at Fubiz.


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