A Pixelated Mario Made with M&Ms and Water

Adam Hillman is best known for artistic arrangements of everyday objects, often ordered by slightly differing color tones. He finds and creates patterns in the daily stuff of life. Hillman is, as he explains in an interview with Stir World, especially fascinated with food, which serves as his primary creative material.

His most recent creation is this pixelated image of Mario. If I understand Hillman correctly, he began by arranging M&M chocolate candies on double sided tape to match the colors of our 16-bit hero. Then he sprayed water on the surface. Over time, the colors melted off the candies, creating an integrated image.

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Source: neatorama

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