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A Little House Made Of Pink Cotton Candy



New York-based artist Jennifer Rubell specializes in amazing, large-scale installation artworks that are made of food.

In “Padded Cell”, she created a small standalone structure and padded out its interiors—the walls and ceiling—with pink candy floss.

Visitors can enter it by a door on its side, or peek inside through a plexiglass window on the door—approximately 1,800 cones of cotton candy were used in the construction of this strange, partly edible house.

Learn more about the artist’s incredible food installations—including a tortilla chip mountain—over here.















[via Jennifer Rubell]
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