Justin Bieber in Korean Chili Paste by "Red" Hong Yi
Justin Bieber found himself in some hot sauce this weekend after making some inappropriate comments at the Anne Frank House. The teen pop star paid a visit to the museum in Amsterdam on Friday and saw fit to write in the museum’s guestbook:
“Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber.”
Immediately, the Internet erupted into the usual mix of citizen outrage and comedic gold. The story is a Twitter trend and world news. This dose of perspective museum comes from Anne Frank House spokeswoman Maatje Mostart via an article with nearly 1000 comments on BBC News:
“He’s 19. It’s a crazy life he’s living, he didn’t mean bad… and also it’s nice that he made the effort, he didn’t have to come.”
Banksy in apple and nori by "Red" Hong Yi
Rather than rehash that whole mess any further, I thought it would be an optimal opportunity to introduce the unique food art of Malaysian artist-architect Red Hong Yi.
Edvard MUNCH by "Red" Hong Yi
“Red” paints with food. She makes edible art.
Landscape made from one single cucumber by "Red" Hong Yi
Inspirational stuff! Follow her latest creative endeavors on Instagram here.
"Owlnion" and "paintbrush" by "Red" Hong Yi