Cumberbunny: Easter Chocolate Bunny with Mr. Cumberbatch’s Head Attached

Easter wouldn’t be Easter without a strange and unusual egg on the market. And this year we got “Cumberbunnies” – 400g chocolate Easter bunny with everyone’s favourite detective – actor Benedict Cumberbatch’s head attached. The unique chocolate treat is created by Jen Lindsey-Clark and her team at New York-based Chocolatician who like to “experiment with chocolate and push the limits of how chocolate can be used as a medium to make art and bespoke gifts”.

Cumberbunny: Easter Chocolate Bunny with Mr. Cumberbatch's Head Attached
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17 Delicious and Creative Chocolate Artwork

Chocolate is beloved by many people for various reasons: its smell, its taste, its texture or something else. But for artist or food designer, there is one more reason – sweet and delicious confection can be used to create some amazing edible artwork and treats. Here we have 17 Delicious and Creative Chocolate Artwork, from chocolate jewelry to chocolate clothing, from chocolate furniture to chocolate tool. There are quite a lot to discover about chocolate art world. Now, it’s time to explore.

1. Chocolate Masks via mymask-chocolate
17 Delicious and Creative Chocolate Artwork
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Eatable Park – Fascinating Beijing Chocolate Theme Park

At the beginning of this month, we saw a fascinating cake land by artist “Carl Warner”, which is a house decorated by delicious cakes made of painted wood or cardboard. While today, we will present you with a chocolate park in real chocolate; accurately it is about 80,000 kilograms of chocolate, imported from Belgium.

All the displays in the park are made by chocolate, such as: terracotta army, Buddhas, great wall, robe and even things like the “Ming Dynasty porcelain” in below picture are also made in chocolate. Unbelievable? They just look so real to me and can’t imagine that is made by chocolate. I do want to taste this antique-like chocolate .

Eatable Park - Fascinating Beijing Chocolate Theme Parkchocolate Ming Dynasty porcelain

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