Artists create miniature landscapes using tiny figures and food
- Amazing works are by Italians Antonio Magliocchetti and Stefano Adorinni
- They have made more than 130 photos from bread, pineapples and coffee
- Antonio: 'We usually create them in our living rooms during our free time'
- Their secret is £1 figurines on eBay, a good camera and very steady hands
By DAN BLOOM
Art may be food for the soul, but these works really are good enough to eat.
Two amateur photographers have made more than 100 miniature scenes in their living rooms - with food from their kitchen cupboards.
The 'food art' includes a moon landing in parmesan cheese, a ski slope on an iced cake, an office built from wafer biscuits and a crib containing the baby Jesus inside a muffin.
One small step for parmesan: Italian 'food artists' Antonio Magliocchetti and Stefano Adorinni have created more than 130 photos of a miniature world using everyday objects - often from their kitchens
Off-piste: In one creation these cross-country skiers appear to have got lost on the icing on a cake
Dancing on iced martini: Figure skaters take to the surface of a frozen cocktail in another shot by the artists