Discarded Mattresses Turned Into Food Sculptures

Although the mention of someone recycling mattresses found in the garbage might give you the heebie-jeebies, wait until you see what Lor-K has turned them into for her new series ‘Eat Me.’ From the grill marks on kebobs to the powdered sugar on waffles, the French street artist realistically recreates the small details we expect to find in the food we love. Let’s face it, we cringe to think of what these used mattresses have been through but to turn them into a delectable depiction of food takes some mad skills and who wouldn’t fancy unexpectedly coming across a giant burrito sculpture on the streets?

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