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Artist's Bite-Sized Meals Look Good Enough To Eat (Photos)


If you're in the mood for a (very) light snack the next time you're in Singapore, Jocelyn Teo has just the thing.

Teo's tiny doughnut, with a regular one for scale.AiClay / Instagram

The artist makes tiny meals by hand, and specializes in pieces with gorgeous, intricate details - like chocolates that fit into a tiny box. There's just one downside: her work is made out of clay, so they're not actually edible, which is a shame. But if you'd like to build your own tiny dishes, Teo sells do-it-yourself kits with all of her materials and tools.

Follow her on Instagram at AiClay to see more of her creations.

Click to the next page to see tiny cookies, cakes, and even a Starbucks latte!

Finally, here's a look at all the tools it takes to build Teo's mouthwatering creations (from her McDonald's set).

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