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Comfort Foods Made Out of Knitted Wool

Comfort Foods Made Out of Knitted Wool

The Comfort Food series is a knitted project by Jessica Dance with photographer David Syke.

Sarah Burghard Designs

Sarah Burghard Designs

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Roman coins of this time period were used as token for entrance in Roman brothels. The coin @ the bottom of the page (Roman - is that the best coin-?- At any rate these things are -true look it up yourself !

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パッと見るとごはんの写真かなと思うけど、よく見るとニットで作られた食べ物たち。 ロンドンをベースに、主にハンドクラフトの ...

ニットの食べ物シリーズ -The Comfort Food Series-

Jessica Dance's 'The Comfort Food Series' in collaboration with photographer David Sykes - knitted food!

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Playful Knit Comfort Food Art - Here is an original project by Jessica Dance & David Sykes. The series “Comfort Food” is a reproduction knit various dishes well known throughout the world from the famous hot dog burger and fries. Reconstructions of the scenes are worked to give the illusion of a real TV. More details later in the article.

Playful Knit Comfort Food Art

The mouthwatering dish you see pictured above isn't real food at all. Instead, it's the lovely creation of London-based art director and model maker Jessica Dance whose knitted food art looks so realistic it'll make you hungry.

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