From crayons to characters
These fantastic crayon carvings by Hoang Tran of the iconic characters from film and TV shows like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Futurama, Adventure Time, and Studio Ghibli take fan love to the next level. The crayons are available for purchase and can be bought from Tran’s Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons, for anywhere between $28-$45CAD. He also does custom orders if you have a specific character in mind.
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From crayons to characters
These fantastic crayon carvings by Hoang Tran of the iconic characters from film and TV shows like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Futurama, Adventure Time, and Studio Ghibli take fan love to the next level. The crayons are available for purchase and can be bought from Tran’s Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons, for anywhere between $28-$45CAD. He also does custom orders if you have a specific character in mind.
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From crayons to characters
These fantastic crayon carvings by Hoang Tran of the iconic characters from film and TV shows like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Futurama, Adventure Time, and Studio Ghibli take fan love to the next level. The crayons are available for purchase and can be bought from Tran’s Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons, for anywhere between $28-$45CAD. He also does custom orders if you have a specific character in mind.
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From crayons to characters
These fantastic crayon carvings by Hoang Tran of the iconic characters from film and TV shows like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Futurama, Adventure Time, and Studio Ghibli take fan love to the next level. The crayons are available for purchase and can be bought from Tran’s Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons, for anywhere between $28-$45CAD. He also does custom orders if you have a specific character in mind.
via Somatically Incorrect and IncredibleThings.com
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From crayons to characters
These fantastic crayon carvings by Hoang Tran of the iconic characters from film and TV shows like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Futurama, Adventure Time, and Studio Ghibli take fan love to the next level. The crayons are available for purchase and can be bought from Tran’s Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons, for anywhere between $28-$45CAD. He also does custom orders if you have a specific character in mind.
via Somatically Incorrect and IncredibleThings.com
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From crayons to characters
These fantastic crayon carvings by Hoang Tran of the iconic characters from film and TV shows like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Futurama, Adventure Time, and Studio Ghibli take fan love to the next level. The crayons are available for purchase and can be bought from Tran’s Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons, for anywhere between $28-$45CAD. He also does custom orders if you have a specific character in mind.
via Somatically Incorrect and IncredibleThings.com
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From crayons to characters
These fantastic crayon carvings by Hoang Tran of the iconic characters from film and TV shows like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Futurama, Adventure Time, and Studio Ghibli take fan love to the next level. The crayons are available for purchase and can be bought from Tran’s Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons, for anywhere between $28-$45CAD. He also does custom orders if you have a specific character in mind.
via Somatically Incorrect and IncredibleThings.com
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From crayons to characters
These fantastic crayon carvings by Hoang Tran of the iconic characters from film and TV shows like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Futurama, Adventure Time, and Studio Ghibli take fan love to the next level. The crayons are available for purchase and can be bought from Tran’s Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons, for anywhere between $28-$45CAD. He also does custom orders if you have a specific character in mind.
via Somatically Incorrect and IncredibleThings.com
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From crayons to characters
These fantastic crayon carvings by Hoang Tran of the iconic characters from film and TV shows like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Futurama, Adventure Time, and Studio Ghibli take fan love to the next level. The crayons are available for purchase and can be bought from Tran’s Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons, for anywhere between $28-$45CAD. He also does custom orders if you have a specific character in mind.
via Somatically Incorrect and IncredibleThings.com
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From crayons to characters

These fantastic crayon carvings by Hoang Tran of the iconic characters from film and TV shows like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Futurama, Adventure Time, and Studio Ghibli take fan love to the next level. The crayons are available for purchase and can be bought from Tran’s Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons, for anywhere between $28-$45CAD. He also does custom orders if you have a specific character in mind.

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Gingerbread Museums
Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.
Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition. 
According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.
See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.

 
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Gingerbread Museums
Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.
Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition. 
According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.
See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.

 
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Gingerbread Museums
Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.
Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition. 
According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.
See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.

 
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Gingerbread Museums
Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.
Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition. 
According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.
See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.

 
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Gingerbread Museums
Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.
Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition. 
According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.
See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.

 
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Gingerbread Museums
Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.
Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition. 
According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.
See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.

 
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Gingerbread Museums
Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.
Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition. 
According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.
See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.

 
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Gingerbread Museums
Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.
Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition. 
According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.
See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.

 
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Gingerbread Museums
Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.
Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition. 
According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.
See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.

 
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Gingerbread Museums
Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.
Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition. 
According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.
See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.

 
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Gingerbread Museums

Food stylist, Caitlin Levin, and photographer, Henry Hargreaves, teamed up during Art Basel Miami to assemble a series of incredible gingerbread replicas of some of the world’s most iconic and famous museums.

Among them were the Louvre, Tate Modern, Guggenheim, Italy’s MAXXI, Mexico’s Soumaya, and Belgium’s Museum aan de Stroom. The sugary structures were a part of the display at Dylan’s Candy Bar during the art exhibition.

According to Hargreaves, the Belgian Museum aan de Stroom was by far the most difficult to create. I can see why - the intricacy of all the coloured candied windows is incredible.

See if you can recognize the museums in the pictures above.