UK-based food artist Mark Northeast knows how to really rock a sandwich! He creates sandwiches that his son Oscar would eat, in the forms of unique images, such as Winnie the Pooh(above) , to encourage kids to eat a varied diet. He hopes to soon come out with a photobook of his work
Wow, these look great! I wonder if he has rules about eating every last bite of those sandwiches...!ReplyDelete
I can't stand that someone will eat those and ruin them. That giraffe is my favorite!ReplyDelete
Oooh I'm in LOVE BESTEST BUDDDDDIE!ReplyDelete
I couldn't stand watching someone ruin them. I found some really cute sandwich cutters and have been using them for Caleb's P'nut butter and jelly.. they don't look half as nice as these though! LOL
He is quite creative. They are too beautiful to eat.ReplyDelete
Those are amazing! I could never be that creative. Thanks so much for voting for me! I really appreciate it!ReplyDelete
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Thanks for your comment on my blog. I like the sandwiches your made they are neat, do u do that for a living.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh, how cute!ReplyDelete
I don't know if my kids would eat them or just keep them!! LOL
Sooooo, Mom's got no beds to make or laundry to do?! Hmmmm?! This is just wasted creativity--although I'd enjoy eating Spongebob's legs. Hee! Hee!ReplyDelete
These are so great. My mom always made our food into things like this. It really made it so much fun and we always tried new foods we would have turned out noses up at if they hadn't looked so cute.ReplyDelete
lol!! cute sandwiches! :D btw, thanks for stopping by!ReplyDelete
lol, great sandwich's! btw, thanks for stopping by!ReplyDelete
LOL! This is the kind of art I like - the kind I can eat! ;-)ReplyDelete
So cute...although the healthy foodie in me wishes the artist didn't use so much white bread.ReplyDelete
This the cutest thing I have ever seen. How cute! :)ReplyDelete
wow, i love each one of them. so creative and hilarious!ReplyDelete
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Oh my goodness! I am so going to print those and try and make a few for the boys!ReplyDelete