Rice Krispies Treats Sculpted Into Playful Pop Culture Designs

There seems to be no limit to what New York-based artist Jessica Siskin can do with Rice Krispies cereal. The artist has developed her dessert hobby into a business, called Mister Krisp, for which she sculpts Rice Krispies treats into creative designs that reference other foods, pop culture, and fashion.

Siskin blends food coloring with the breakfast cereal in order to add playful personality to her creations. Her Instagram account features everything from Hello Kitty, Elmo, and a green Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle to a pink boombox and a bright orange bag of Cheetos. “Everything tastes better when it’s made of rice krisp treat. Except pizza,” she explains. "I honestly don't know how to make anything else.”

Jessica Siskin on Instagram
via [Laughing Squid]

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