We have already seen some amazing things made with Jellybean candy sweets, but today it is the turn of the more commonly known Gummy Bears. From massive portraits to tiny works of art. Made from various artists these are the very best…
10 – Champeny
We first saw this in my post “Top 10 unusual Chandeliers” and it is still one of the most impressive things you will ever see made from Gummy Bears. Made using over 5,000 hand-cast acrylic gummy bears, this was a limited edition of just ten and it took him over two months to create each one.
9 – Crummy Gummy
If you thought Lady Gaga’s meat dress was kind of weird, you don’t want to enter the mind of Florida artist Crummy Gummy, because they have made some rather odd but strangely amazing Gummy Bear artworks that are well worth checking out.
8 – Hissa Igarashi and Sayuri Marakumi
This amazing ballgown made entirely of Haribo Gummy Bears weighs 220-pound, took 3 weeks to make and has over 10,000 gummy bears on it! Colourful for sure, but yet also pointless as everyone would be trying to eat your dress!
7 – Heather Hilbrink
Featuring Mario, Luigi and a power-up mushroom candy artist Heather Hilbrink might not have made loads of works of art like some of the others on here, but they are beautiful in there design and even gives my hope that I might be able to make one myself!
6 – YaYa Chou
Well, I suppose it is bear shaped at least. Taiwanese artist YaYa Chou has made quite a few things from Gummy Bears including this rug, a ram, and a gummi bear chandelier. They are all supposed to be rather political, but a colourful, smiling Gummy Bear could never make me think about politics no matter what shape it is in.
5 – Scott Modrzynski
This is, of course, the Joker by Scott Modrzynski, what I don’t get is how these talented artists make them using only a few coloured sweets, after all, bear shapes can’t be the easiest medium to work with.
4 – Unknown
Sadly whoever the artist who made this was, he has long been forgotten, but that doesn’t take anything anyway from something as amazing as a house covered in gummy bears! Simple it might be, but still very cool.
3 – Jenice Johnson
Gummy bear art photographer Jenice Johnson has made these amazingly detailed “Gummy World” works of art. She has done well over 100 of these and to be honest they are all worth a look.
2 – Candy Warehouse
It might be a little silly, but anyone who can create the entire essence of the Dune film using nothing more than a few Gummy Bears and Worms gets my vote and my respect as well.
1 – Johannes Cordes
Featuring portrait style artworks of Marilyn Monroe, Mickey Mouse, Mona Lisa and JFK, artist Johannes Cordes creates some of the more simple works of art here, but yet also some of the most iconic as well. For me he gives out hope that we could all have at least a go at making our own gummy bear works of art.