Pasta Art

An artist has sculpted a series of models of cars, planes and boats that are quite literally good enough to eat – because they’re made entirely out of PASTA. From a macaroni motorbike to a linguine lorry, the mini pasta-pieces were created by Serghei Pakhomoff. Serghei, 43, from Perm, Russia used various types of pasta to create miniature models of cars, planes, boats and even a small pasta town.

An artist has sculpted a series of models of cars, planes and boats that are quite literally good enough to eat - because they're made entirely out of PASTA. From a macaroni motorbike to a linguine lorry, the mini pasta-pieces were created by Serghei Pakhomoff. Serghei, 43, from Perm, Russia used various types of pasta to create miniature models of cars, planes, boats and even a small pasta town.

An artist has sculpted a series of models of cars, planes and boats that are quite literally good enough to eat - because they're made entirely out of PASTA. From a macaroni motorbike to a linguine lorry, the mini pasta-pieces were created by Serghei Pakhomoff. Serghei, 43, from Perm, Russia used various types of pasta to create miniature models of cars, planes, boats and even a small pasta town.

An artist has sculpted a series of models of cars, planes and boats that are quite literally good enough to eat - because they're made entirely out of PASTA. From a macaroni motorbike to a linguine lorry, the mini pasta-pieces were created by Serghei Pakhomoff. Serghei, 43, from Perm, Russia used various types of pasta to create miniature models of cars, planes, boats and even a small pasta town.

An artist has sculpted a series of models of cars, planes and boats that are quite literally good enough to eat - because they're made entirely out of PASTA. From a macaroni motorbike to a linguine lorry, the mini pasta-pieces were created by Serghei Pakhomoff. Serghei, 43, from Perm, Russia used various types of pasta to create miniature models of cars, planes, boats and even a small pasta town.