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Artist creates Nativity scene out of cheese

November 28, 2015 | Comment icon 25 comments



Everything in the scene was made out of cheese. Image Credit: YouTube / PilgrimsChoiceCheese
A UK artist has sculpted an entire Nativity scene using only a cocktail stick and some cheddar cheese.
Cheese might not be the first material that springs to mind when it comes to sculpting, but for Prudence Staite - an artist commissioned by the Pilgrims Choice cheese company - a block of cheddar can prove to be a surprisingly versatile alternative to conventional modelling clay.

The Nativity scene, which features the intricately detailed figures of Jesus, Mary, Joseph and the three wise men, was crafted over the course of five days and used over six pounds of cheese.

"We wanted to have some fun and create the ultimate Christmas nativity scene from our mature cheddar cheese," said a Pilgrims Choice company spokesman.



Source: Fox News | Comments (25)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #16 Posted by Mark One 7 years ago
Now Im all in support of cheese related developments but Ive always preferred the biscuit nativity scene.
Comment icon #17 Posted by Imaginarynumber1 7 years ago
a little bit tasteless! Well, that really depends on the type of cheese, now doesn't it?
Comment icon #18 Posted by Leonardo 7 years ago
Her next project is probably Edam and Eve.
Comment icon #19 Posted by Eldorado 7 years ago
Her next project is probably Edam and Eve. Lol
Comment icon #20 Posted by the artory 7 years ago
An interesting artistic exercise but I am not sure it has a place on a site dedicated to unexplained mysteries. Too many of these 'non mystery' articles are now appearing here.
Comment icon #21 Posted by Not Your Huckleberry 7 years ago
An interesting artistic exercise but I am not sure it has a place on a site dedicated to unexplained mysteries. Too many of these 'non mystery' articles are now appearing here. That's probably why it's in the weird and bizarre news section.
Comment icon #22 Posted by davros of skaro 7 years ago
Where's the crackers?? The people that believe this fairytale as reality.
Comment icon #23 Posted by spidey2 7 years ago
The birth of cheseus christ
Comment icon #24 Posted by travelnjones 7 years ago
sacralicious
Comment icon #25 Posted by Lucas Cooper Merrin 7 years ago
An interesting artistic exercise but I am not sure it has a place on a site dedicated to unexplained mysteries. Too many of these 'non mystery' articles are now appearing here. This site is dedicated to almost every topic imaginable


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