CrunchSculpture

Now this is pretty neat and not exactly throwing away candy but creating a sculpture out of recycled candy from Halloween! This big candy sculpture is made from more than 3,000 pieces of unwanted Halloween candy, “found art” artist Leo Sewell of Philadelphia created a one-of-a-kind rocket ship sculpture.  The candy was donated by visitors to the Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, Calif. in exchange for Nestle Crunch bars.

Commissioned by Nestle Crunch, Sewell spent four days creating the sculpture revealed last week and on display at The Tech Museum through this weekend.

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I would love to see a recycled Christmas Candy sculpture that large! Can you believe Christmas is right around the corner? Time flies!!

Now time for some yummy reviews 🙂





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