Human Anatomy Baked Into Polymer Desserts By QimmyShimmy • Discoverology

Human Anatomy Baked Into Polymer Desserts By QimmyShimmy

Singapore-based mixed media artist QimmyShimmy uses polymer clay to craft baby figures and sugary treats that blend fantasy and reality in interesting and often disturbing ways.

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