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Jelly bean art by Kristen Cummings

Jelly bean art by Kristen Cummings
Girl with a Pearl Earring. Beautiful mosaics by American artist – Jelly bean art by Kristen Cummings

Jelly bean art by Kristen Cummings
California-based artist Kristen Cummings used thousands of jelly beans to create this reproduction of a famous painting. In particular, 17th-century “Girl with a Pearl Earring” painting by Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer.
As a rule, Kristen Cumings spends hours on recreating the iconic images, resulting in detailed works of art out of thousands of colorful jelly beans. Meanwhile, her pieces look good enough to eat. She starts the artistic process by looking at a close up of the reference photo, and then visualizes where each colored jelly bean has to go. She then paints an acrylic version of the photo on a blank canvas. And once that dries, she begins applying the small beans and tries to match the colors as best she can.

Beautiful mosaics by American jelly bean artist Kristen Cummings
The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai. Beautiful mosaics by American jelly bean artist Kristen Cummings

Jelly bean art by Kristen Cummings

Beautiful mosaics by American jelly bean artist Kristen Cummings
Screaming. Beautiful mosaics by American jelly bean artist Kristen Cummings
Beautiful mosaics by American jelly bean artist Kristen Cummings
Inspired by an iconic painting by Vincent van Gogh “The Starry Night”. Beautiful mosaics by American jelly bean artist Kristen Cummings
Jelly bean art by Kristen Cummings
Famous poster of 1943 by J. Howard Miller “We Can Do It!”. Beautiful mosaics by American jelly bean artist Kristen Cummings
Jelly bean art by Kristen Cummings
Portrait of a blue-eyed girl created by American jelly bean artist Kristen Cummings
Jelly bean art by Kristen Cummings
Harry Potter. Mosaics portrait created by American jelly bean artist Kristen Cummings

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