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Lifelike faces created out of food

vegetable lifelike portraits

The facial features are created by piercing cups of food

Here at Creative Bloq, we love it when groups of designers come together to create something amazing. Here is a graphic experiment with a fruity difference - and more than a hint of food art crossed with still life photography - lifelike portraits created with fruits, vegetables and other foods.

Curated by Seville City-based graphic designer and illustrator Martin Sati (opens in new tab), the portraits were created by piecing numerous cups of food and vegetable items intricately to form the delicate facial features. Needing a lot of patience and a steady hand, the portraits are a gorgeous execution in experimental art.

Sati collaborated with a variety of designers and friends including Mario Puyana, Alina Muresan, Alba Delgado and Javier Nieto. They've certainly created a series that looks good enough to eat!

vegetable lifelike portrait

vegetable lifelike portrait

vegetable lifelike portrait

vegetable lifelike portrait

vegetable lifelike portrait

vegetable lifelike portrait

vegetable lifelike portrait

vegetable lifelike portrait

vegetable lifelike portrait

vegetable lifelike portrait

Read more about the project over on Martin Sati (opens in new tab)'s website.

[via Design Taxi (opens in new tab)]

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