Food art comes in many different shapes, sizes, colors and forms.
Whether you're crafting everyday items out of Rice Krispies cereal or using a variety of foods to create vivid, edible lunches for kids, the possibilities are evidently endless.
The most recent food art trend was introduced by Heather Adamson, a Scotland-based foodie and graphic designer.
The 21-year-old decided to use her food art-crafting capabilities to recreate emoji using food!
With the Unicode Consortium having announced the approval of 37 new emoji characters, we were left wondering,
It turns out they're way better in food form!
Check out the photos below for a closer look.