Portuguese Artist Uses Recycled Food to Complete His Incredible Illustrations

Victor Nunes makes a statement about creativity and sustainability.

Photos: Victor Nunes

Photos: Victor Nunes

Victor Nunes’ “Faces” series shows a lively, hilarious cartoon world where hair is made of pretzels and brains are made of walnuts.

The artist uses recycled everyday objects and scraps of food to build his drawings, which are often whimsical and highly detailed.

Nunes’ work is an example of creativity at its best and most childlike. At the same time, the artist’s use of recycled items makes a clear statement about the importance of sustainability. No object is ever unusable within his studio.

Scroll down to see our favorite drawings, and check out Nunes’s Facebook page for more.

Photo: Victor Nunes

Photo: Victor Nunes

Photo: Victor Nunes

Photo: Victor Nunes


Photo: Victor Nunes

Photo: Victor Nunes

Photo: Victor Nunes

Photo: Victor Nunes


Photo: Victor Nunes

Photo: Victor Nunes

Photo: Victor Nunes

Photo: Victor Nunes

[via Design Taxi]

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