Macrame Junk Food

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Here is a Philadelphia-based fiber artist Ed Bing Lee’s series named Delectable.

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Lee uses colored thread and thousands upon thousands of knots to create soft sculpture versions of all kinds of comfort food, from a hamburger complete with onion garnish to a slice of lemon meringue pie with a dollop of whipped cream on top.

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1 COMMENT

  1. WOW, I so love your art work. From the time I was little I loved things in real life especially food made into sculpture. I also am a soft sculpture maker and a painter I paint food in cartoon with faces and I also make stuffed food with faces hand painted on them. I did a ton of Macrame as a kid and still do. Your pieces are so amazing and the detail is wonderful. Your work is wonderful. Thank You for sharing such great pictures. How much do your pieces cost? Sincerely Suzanne

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