Would food be even more delicious if it was in the shape of an adorable animal?

The answer must be yes, based on the art of Helga Stentzel, an artist in London.


Her Instagram feed is filled to the brim with amazing pieces crafted from every section of the food pyramid!

Artists and foodies everywhere have come together to love Stentzel's amazing art!


Helga's animals perform a variety of actions and come in many shapes and sizes!



Some of her designs are brilliantly simple...once you've seen them.



The food looks even better in motion...

Occasionally, Stentzel also creates art out of non-edible items. They don't look nearly as tasty, but they're just as cool!



Helga's art has earned her nearly 90k followers on Instagram, each of them eagerly awaiting her next work.


Well done, Helga, keep up the tasty art!

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