Made Us Look: Yogurt Ghost Art. Yup, Yogurt Ghost Art.
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Made Us Look: Yogurt Ghost Art. Yup, Yogurt Ghost Art.

Natalie Eve Garrett likes to play with her food. A graduate of Yale and UPenn’s school of design, Natalie’s an artist slash writer, and she loves making things that are funny. And she’s done just that with these characters she calls yogurt ghosts.

Her first yogurt face was created in 2013 out of molasses, Sriracha and yogurt with the kitchen counter as its backdrop. Shown here, her latest creation, “Yogurt Ghosts Laughing Alone With Salad on Their Heads” is on a whole ‘nother level.

We so wish there was commentary to go along with this… if only to know what is going through someone’s mind when they create such a quirky oddity.

While yogurt faces are her thing, Natalie also sells her beautiful paintings on Etsy.

If you want to take a stab at food art, you should also check out the CinniBird Pen and these Rice Krispies masterpieces.

What do you think about Natalie’s yogurt creations? Sound off below!

(h/t: The Hairpin)