We're not even going to start this out with a "Hello" pun. Artwork like this needs no introduction, even if it's from Adele. Rob Ferrel, also known as Rob the Original, is arguably the Michelangelo of food art. What the eff is food art? It's just as it sounds. Ferrel crafts pop culture portraits using pancakes, pizza, and everything in between. For real, check out his Instagram and peep the pic ofKim Kardashian made from dust on the back of a car.
Rob gained attention for his eerily accurate celebrity salt portraits. Recently, he posted this insane rendition of Adele made from a plate of ketchup. Meanwhile, we're over here still tying our shoes the bunny-ears way. Le sigh. Anyhoo, check out some of our favorite pieces of Rob's foodie artwork below! Each 'gram is also a video, so you can watch Rob in action.
We could see this salt portrait of Snoop Dogg hanging on the wall of our teenage bedroom. The real question is, how the hell does one frame salt?
Oreo should have hired him to make these in time for The Force Awakens —just sayin'.
If somebody painted our portrait onto a McDonald's burger, we would marry them TBH.
This needs to be preserved in plastic and publicly displayed like those desert trays at Red Lobster. A Miley Cyrus pizza is a crucial statement piece for any art collector.
You can't call yourself a foodie artist unless you've jumped on the pancake art train. This Bob Marley masterpiece puts the "hot" in "hotcake." God, we're good.
"Hello, can you hear me?"
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