Baltic Travel Company wanted a clever way to entice people in the U.K. to use its services. Lucky for the owners, they chose Chris Morley Designs to do their graphic work, because what the design firm came up with is memorable.

Morley and colleague Joe Shervell took the time to craft 40 different national dishes out of Plasticine, which is a colored clay that’s very similar to Play-Doh.

We only have one minor complaint: that Canada entry should really be called “Kraft Dinner,” instead of its U.S.-market name. Other than that, everything from moules frites to currwurst looks and sounds good enough to devour.

Check out all 40 beautifully-crafted clay dishes below.




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