London Artist Hand-Knits Comfort Foods Out of Wool

Jessica Dance creates super realistic-looking burgers, English breakfasts, and turkey dinners out of lambswool.

All photos via David Sykes

All photos via Jessica Dance and David Sykes

London-based art director and model maker Jessica Dance knits recreations of comfort foods out of lambswool. These amazing knitted foods could easily pass as the real thing.

The project, a collaboration with food photographer David Sykes, “Pays tribute to the culinary landscape and ‘diversity’ found in British cafes and fast food restaurants,” reports High Snobiety.

Jessica tells It’s Nice That,

“I would say the bacon was probably the most time-consuming to knit as I really wanted to make sure the fat looked convincing.”

Every small detail is convincing, and we’re surprised how hungry we’re getting looking at these knitted foods.

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[via It's Nice That, High Snobiety, Jessica Dance]

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