Peanut Character Art

This photographer has ignored all warnings about playing with your food, instead creating a set of wacky scenes that bring PEANUTS to life. Using the specific type of nut, photographer Nailia Schwarz has reenacted such everyday scenes as swimming lessons, walking the dog, avoiding a rain shower, and gardening. Nailia, who is currently based in Speyer in Germany, came up with the idea having seen other works of food art on the internet.

This photographer has ignored all warnings about playing with your food, instead creating a set of wacky scenes that bring PEANUTS to life. Using the specific type of nut, photographer Nailia Schwarz has reenacted such everyday scenes as swimming lessons, walking the dog, avoiding a rain shower, and gardening. Nailia, who is currently based in Speyer in Germany, came up with the idea having seen other works of food art on the internet.

This photographer has ignored all warnings about playing with your food, instead creating a set of wacky scenes that bring PEANUTS to life. Using the specific type of nut, photographer Nailia Schwarz has reenacted such everyday scenes as swimming lessons, walking the dog, avoiding a rain shower, and gardening. Nailia, who is currently based in Speyer in Germany, came up with the idea having seen other works of food art on the internet.

This photographer has ignored all warnings about playing with your food, instead creating a set of wacky scenes that bring PEANUTS to life. Using the specific type of nut, photographer Nailia Schwarz has reenacted such everyday scenes as swimming lessons, walking the dog, avoiding a rain shower, and gardening. Nailia, who is currently based in Speyer in Germany, came up with the idea having seen other works of food art on the internet.

This photographer has ignored all warnings about playing with your food, instead creating a set of wacky scenes that bring PEANUTS to life. Using the specific type of nut, photographer Nailia Schwarz has reenacted such everyday scenes as swimming lessons, walking the dog, avoiding a rain shower, and gardening. Nailia, who is currently based in Speyer in Germany, came up with the idea having seen other works of food art on the internet.