If you want a bowl of breakfast cereal in artist Jessica Siskin's house you'll have to get to the back of the queue when it comes to rice krispies.
Jessica Siskin, aka Misterkrisp, spends alot of time in the kitchen with her favourite breakfast cereal, not eating it, but turning it into art with the help of food dye.
Jessica's kitchen career started out like many, creating rice krispie treats but her fledgling artistic talent soon propelled her into into sculpting krispie surfboards, cheeseburgers and more. The rest, as they say, is history.
With over 40,000 fans on her Instagram site, they can expect to be treated to everthing from pop culture to pets faces.
'I'm inspired by my previous career in fashion, everything pop culture, the internet, and the library of emojis that are slowly eliminating the need for traditional expressive language.' She explains on her site.
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