You can eat your heart out, ceases to be just an idiomatic expression in this work by photographer Sam Hofman and model maker Kyle Bean.
This is not the first of their projects together, but it is a rather thought-provoking one. The "Weapons Made from Harmless Materials" look so tasty that their original purpose is almost forgotten. It is not their shape that creates the harmful message rather the way they are being used or their effect.
The hand grenade will not explode, it will taste so jellycious, bread will not hurt, a feather won't cut.
The talented duo's project explores the land of significant and signifier, in a rather nurturing way.
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