Dutch designer Bertjan Pot accidentally stumbled upon the concept of these rope masks when he was trying to sew a carpet out of standard rope.
This model, covered in Wotsits and slices of cooked ham, is one of the pictures exhibited in James Ostrer's exhibition Wotsit All About?
James Ostrer, from London, wanted to highlight our consumption of junk food and how it affects moods. His show runs at London’s Gazelli Art House until September
Milk Made - James Ostrer's Junk Food Portaiture
Grotesque Portraits made of Sweets and Junk Food - By James Oster .Sources: (James Oster) (junk-c
Ostrer's complicated relationship with junk food began when he was a child.
junk food masks by James Ostrer
Masked - Humans shellacked in junk food for monstrously sloppy portrait series
By stitching rope together to make a large flat carpet, designer Bertjan Pot accidentally found out that it was making curved samples instead of flat ones.