Together, Joyce and Nieto cleverly crafted four Eastern European capitals using ingredients like mashed potatoes, pasta, dry rice, raw sugar, scallions, corn kernels, rhubarb and other fruits and vegetables. The cities depicted in are: Prague, Budapest, Bucharest, and Warsaw.
"Each piece has different challenges. For example, transmit the feeling of fog amidst the light of Prague; give the sensation of water in the Danube river in Budapest; show the colors and designs of Bucharest; and create the idea of height and sky in Warsaw," Joyce explained to Mashable.
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