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Food Meets Art 127: Mini Food Sculptures on Display

By Nogarlicnoonions @nogarlicnoonion

Stéphanie Kilgast replicates food into tiny sculptures small enough to put in your pocket. Her creations have won outstanding reviews around the world and she’s in-demand as a speaker and author.

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The German-born artist Kilgast’s, who lives in Paris, ultimate goal though is to make people happy through her work, and it seems to have worked. Kilgast is currently showing her works at a trade fair at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre until 23 August 2013, an exhibition that includes twenty miniature pieces inspired by French favorites.

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