Vivi Mac is a French artist who is a world away from using any of the classic tools we associate with art production.
Instead of brushes, pencils, pens and paints - Mac uses ingredients such as milk, sugar and chewing gum to paint great portraits of famous people.
From the video below which shows the artist forming the legendary image of Bruce Lee from milk using a basic dinner tray, a carton of milk and the end of a straw.
We personally like the image of ice cub made from crushed ice and salt, the Gandhi in chocolate milk and Lauryn Hill in caramel has a certain clean look that makes us hungry.
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