Creative Med Student Makes The Human Body Using Pieces Of Candy (Photos)

Time and time again, skilled artists prove food can be used for things other than stuffing our faces.

We recently came across an interesting Instagram account belonging to a medical student. At this point, you're probably wondering how being a medical student with an Instagram account would relate to crafting food art.

What if we told you Mike McCormick, the med student who owns the account, uses it to craft the human anatomy out of candy? Because that's exactly what McCormick does -- and it's awesome.

I mean, when was the last time you saw a skeleton hand-made out of gummy candies?

The 27-year-old student attending Glasgow University bridges the gap between food and the medical field with his Candy Anatomy project.

Check out the photos below for a closer look at this awesome Instagram account.

"Osteo-Candy"

"Phono-Candio-Grams"

"Aero-Oli"

"Antigen Presenting Candy"

"Autoimmuni-Candy: Rheumatoid Arthritis"

"Curly-Collagen"

"Electro Candy Gram"

"Gummy-Phosis"

"High Cholesterol"

"Milk-arples"

"Musculotendinous Fruit Roll-Up"

"Myocandium"

Candy Anatomy

Citations: This Med Student Created The Insides Of The Human Body Out Of Candy (BuzzFeed)