These phenomenal floor installations are from Australian artist Pip & Pop. Although she works mostly with sugar the artist also uses candy, sand, glitter, beads and other colorful items to create her stunning pieces.
Pip & Pop beganas a collaboration between Australian artists Tanya Schultz and Nicole Andrijevic back in 2007. A few years ago, Nicole opted to go in a different direction and Tanya has continued making amazing sugar art. She performs some of the work individually but also collaborates with other artists for special projects.
Below you'll find a virtual tour of some of Pip & Pop's gorgeous sugar art. The images are from Through a Hole in the Mountain (exhibited in Japan), I Saw a Dream Like This (exhibited in Adelaide) and CandyLab (exhibited in Amsterdam). Swing by her website for more sweet finds.
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