Domenico Crolla isn't just the chef-owner of Bella Napoli, a Glasgow, Scotland-based Italian ristorante. He's also an artist whose canvas happens to be a hand-stretched expanse of unlimited potential.
They might look like they've been 3-D printed or run through Photoshop, but Crolla's creations are the product of nothing but exacting technique. Through meticulous layering of sauce and cheese, he draws the faces of the rich and famous — from Victoria Beckham and George Clooney to Philippe Starck and Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the prime minister of the UAE.
Crolla doesn't generally sell the pizzas, but you could probably make a deal with him if you're desperate to tear into a slice of Kim Kardashian's face made in mozzarella.
Click through for a few more examples of Crolla's take on lactose realism.