UK Landmarks From Potato By Prudence Staite

Rex Features/Rex - Prudence Staite's 'White Cliffs of Dover' features chips as the cliff face and mushy peas above. (Rex)
Rex Features/Rex – Prudence Staite’s ‘White Cliffs of Dover’ features chips as the cliff face and mushy peas above. (Rex Features)

Prudence Staite, a food artist and her team used potato chips or French fries and mushy peas to make edible sculptures of the London Eye, Big Ben, Stonehenge, the Angel of the North and other popular landmarks of the United Kingdom.

It is very impressive how the artist can come up with the idea to create landmarks using potato chips.

Here are some photos of Prudence’s ‘chip art’.

Prudence Staite recreates iconic British landmarks using chips and mushy peas (Rex Features)
Prudence Staite recreates iconic British landmarks using chips and mushy peas (Rex Features)
The 'chip art' relies on the 'perfect combination' of chip shop chips and oven chips (Rex Features)
The ‘chip art’ relies on the ‘perfect combination’ of chip shop chips and oven chips (Rex Features)
An edible Loch Ness Monster, made entirely from chips (Rex Features)
An edible Loch Ness Monster, made entirely from chips (Rex Features)
Wheely Tasty: Prudence's take on the London Eye. (Rex)
Wheely Tasty: Prudence’s take on the London Eye. (Rex)

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The Shard, London’s Tallest Building

A boat moved along the Thames in December. At 1,017 feet, the Shard is Europe’s tallest skyscraper. Simon Dawson/Bloomberg News.

The Shard is the tallest building in London and in the European Union.

The 95 stories skyscraper is 1,017 feet tall.

The official inauguration of The Shard is on Thursday, July 5th 2012.

The tower will be inaugurated by His Excellency Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassem Bin Jabor Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar and Prince Andrew Albert Edward, the Duke of York.

The State of Qatar is the majority investor of The Shard.

It was reported that during the event, lasers are to light up the night sky, beaming across town to touch several landmarks, the London Eye, the Gherkin, Tower Bridge.

It is going to be very beautiful!

This July 2, 2012 aerial photo made available by Newscast shows the Shard, Western Europe’s tallest building, towering over London. Associated Press Photo.
The shard is seen towering over the Tower Bridge on June 3, 2012. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, the architect, Renzo Piano, said he wanted to make sure this building wouldn’t be seen as a symbol of arrogance and a display of power. More of a ‘sparkling, gentle spire,’ he said. Jonathan Brady/European Pressphoto Agency.
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