This Artist Uses Rice Krispies Cereal To Create Incredible Masterpieces

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There are lots of mediums you can use to create some seriously impressive art.

But when it comes to whipping up some drool-worthy masterpieces, Jessica Siskin really takes the cake.

Or should I say, Rice Krispies.

That's right. Siskin, who goes by the Instagram name Misterkrisp, is known for transforming boring old boxes of Rice Krispies cereal into amazing forms of edible artwork.

She started playing around with her favorite "snap, crackle and pop" cereal about three years ago and since then, she's managed to create all sorts of sweet sculptures that range from emojis and cartoon-inspired confections to Kardashians constructed entirely out of Rice Krispies.

Siskin said,

I'm consistently inspired by pop culture and always trying to think of quirkier ways to address the zeitgeist in Krisp form.

Siskin posts all of her awesome creations on her Instagram account, and trust me, once you see some of these amazing cereal sculptures, you might just be inspired to start using your own bowls of cereal as blank canvases.

Take a look at the pictures below to see some of her tasty treats.

Meet Jessica Siskin.

Siskin isn't your ordinary artist.

When it comes to creating new designs, this New York-based gal prefers to think outside of the box.

The cereal box, that is.

Yep, Siskin is known for creating tons of eye-catching artwork...

...made entirely out of Rice Krispies cereal!

Apparently, Siskin discovered her gift when she created a surfboard-shaped Rice Krispies snack for a friend's party a few years back.

Since then, Siskin has experimented with all sorts of delectable designs...

And managed to create sweet sculptures that range from emoji faces...

To "snap crackle and pop" stars...

Smiling piles of poop...

...and giant candy bars.

She's inspired by celebs...

Cartoon characters...

Avocado toast...

Insta-famous derpy dogs...

...and everything in between.

Citations: Student Jessica Siskin turns Rice Krispies Into Amazing Art (Daily Mail)