Fiber-Art Food Looks Good Enough To Eat

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It's usually best not to look at food between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., a.k.a. how-much-longer-until-work-is-over-and-I-can-have-dinner-time. We'll make an exception, however, for this adorable fiber-art food by Ed Bing Lee. While you wouldn't necessarily mistake them for the real thing, these goodies come pretty damn close to mimicking their real-life counterparts. The color schemes that Lee uses are spot-on, and we're pretty amazed at how the stitches look almost like beads. If we were just a little bit hungrier (waited another hour or two), we might be tempted to take a bite. Take a look at Ed Bing Lee's website to see his other amazing fiber art, including jaw-dropping woven versions of famous paintings.(selectism)