Offbeat

By Alex Wilmot

 

These incredible pieces of artwork have all created using PASTA.

Serghei Pakhomoff, 51, created the tasty sculptures to help restaurants with a new way to advertise their dishes.

The advertising professional, of Krasnokams, Russia, has recreated celebrities, made vehicles, buildings, animals and other scenes with the staple foodstuff.

They each take between two hours and one month to make.

Sarghei said: “I began from all kinds of ideas like cars, motorcycles, planes, helicopters, sail boats, bicycles and windmills.

“Then I’ve tried to create cartoon copies of people, animals, and replicas of the world-famous sculptures and monuments.

“One of my favourite pasta projects is the scale copy of the Honolulu House, I spent one month making it.

“The more simple designs take a couple of hours, but the complex designs can take up to a month.”