Ring Pop Art by Julia Chiang

Ring pop art by Julia Chiang courtesy Design Boom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If your food is fluorescent, let’s be honest, you’re probably not eating from the recommended five food groups.

Artist Julia Chiang honors our childhood addition to neon food – namely, candy  – in her Ring Pop series.

The installation is composed of hundreds of Ring Pops, arranged in shapes, and let to melt under the lights of the gallery.

It’s a delicious and bright melding of taste and color.

Also!
Don’t forget to check out Artlarking’s Neon/Nature event, Saturday June 4!

Ring pop art by Julia Chiang, courtesy Design Boom

Ring pop art by Julia Chiang, courtesy Design Boom

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About Kristina

Kristina C. Mody lives in San Francisco. She likes to write, cook, and write about cooking, and gets to indulge in both over at Another Freaking Cooking Blog. She's a recovering English major, so is in the middle of three books at any given time. Her resolutions for 2011 are to bake a passable pie crust from scratch and improve her (admittedly wretched) bowling game.

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