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  Artist uses chocolate and peas, not paint!
Hannah Rimbault, an art student, uses unusual ingredients like chocolate, peas and cress to create her works of art
1/7 Hannah Rimbault, an art student, uses unusual ingredients like chocolate, peas and cress to create her works of art
This soldier, modelled out of mushy peas belongs to the Pea Army...
2/7 This soldier, modelled out of mushy peas belongs to the Pea Army...
3/7 And these soldiers made of chocolate - belong to the chocolate army. Obviously!
Here the two armies battle it out against each other on the kitchen hob - created on a landscape of melted chocolate and cress, to represent mud and grass
4/7 Here the two armies battle it out against each other on the kitchen hob - created on a landscape of melted chocolate and cress, to represent mud and grass
Oh dear - looks like the chocolate soldiers are melted into defeat
5/7 Oh dear - looks like the chocolate soldiers are melted into defeat
Her art is not just restricted to the kitchen though. Here she fills a hole in the road filled with chocolate milk. All in the name of art!
6/7 Her art is not just restricted to the kitchen though. Here she fills a hole in the road filled with chocolate milk. All in the name of art!
And this human canvas has her face covered in chocolate
7/7 And this human canvas has her face covered in chocolate

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