Artists Craft Architectural Landscapes Using Our Favorite Brunch Food (Photos)

When we were kids, our parents always told us not to play with our food.

However, when it comes to making art, pretty much any medium is fair game. You can actually create some incredible things when you swap out the typical art supplies for something a little more palatable.

Recently, artist Bea Crespo teamed up with photographer Andrea G.Portolés and set out an a delicious endeavor dealing with everyone's favorite weekend gathering: brunch.

By taking a look at what people ate for this almighty meal in different cities across the world, they were able to create Brunchcity, a charming visual series transforming typical brunch foods into brilliant works of art.

Just as the name implies, each Brunchcity image depicts a city-specific specialty brunch dish built with a bunch of cut-outs displaying the city's distinguishing architecture.

To reveal the specific characteristics of each brunch location, this dynamic duo uses everything from cupcakes and ice cream cones to a beer and even sushi rolls.

The results of the brunch project are nothing short of spectacular, but you might not want to look at these mouthwatering works of edible art on an empty stomach.

Take a look at the photos below to see the incredible Brunchcity food creations.

Paris

Athens

New York City

Morocco

Madrid

London

Lisbon

Rome

Dublin

Havana

Brussels

Berlin

Barcelona

Beijing

Tokyo

Citations: Brunchcity (ShockBlast)