Artist Creates Food-Shaped Purses to Add a Tasty Touch of Whimsy to Any Wardrobe

Dutch artist Rommy Kuperus designs with three F’s in mind: food, fashion, and fun. To complete her colorful and expressive outfits, the creative dresser produces her own cuisine-inspired fashion accessories because she doesn’t want to leave her favorite foods in the kitchen. To take these delicious treats with her wherever she goes, Kuperus mainly incorporates them into purse designs that have a sense of humor. Thus far, she’s established that a piece of farfalle pasta, donuts, cake, and even a baguette can become a key part of your whimsical wardrobe.

“My designs are full of energy, a complete color explosion with a sense of humor. I like to look at products in a different way, and go against the rules, because that will create that unique product!” the artist says. While many of Kuperus’ pieces are for aesthetic purposes only, some do have space inside for your phone, money, keys, and other essentials. To purchase your very own food-friendly fashion accessory, you can visit the artist’s Etsy store.

Rommy Kuperus: Website | Etsy | Instagram
via [DesignTAXI, Mental Floss]

All photos via Rommy Kuperus.





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