Instagram artist Jessie Beardenuses her grocery shopping to inspire her portraits of celebrities, turning storcupboard staples into something much more glamorous.
Unusually the artist finds inspiration in the food before the celebrity, she tells The People. 'Whenever I go to the grocery store, I get really inspired by the colors and textures.Rhianna (shown above) is made entirely out of a blend of three types of melted ice cream.
New-York based Bearden told The People she 'got sick' of painting because if was 'too limiting'. Instead she has found her niche in social media as a channel to expose her new food focused art.
It looks like her creativity is paying off with work already rolling in from Jelly Belly and McDonalds.
Have a look at some of her work below and see for yourself:
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