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Jelly Bean Art!

But it took me a while before Jelly Belly caught my attention.

Spectacular Portraits Made From Thousands of Jelly Beans | Wave Avenue

Queen Elizabeth II - younger years by jelly bean artist Roger Rocha

jelly belly mona lisa

jelly belly mona lisa by Divonsir Borges

Displayed in The Jelly Belly Museum of Bean Art, the above mosaic of Larry King was created by Peter Rocha—who passed away in 2004. For each of his mosaics, Rocha placed the candy pieces on a layer of varnish, allowed it to dry and then covered the beans with more varnish—thus preventing bugs from appreciating his masterwork in a more literal way. This particular portrait uses around 10,000 jelly beans in a variety of flavors, including blueberry, which was used for the suspenders.

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Larry King Rendered in Jelly Belly jelly beans

Harry Potter jelly bean art

Harry Potter jelly bean art

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This is the famous artwork, known as Girl With A Pearl Earring, recreated using Jelly Belly jellybeans!

Reagan Country by Roger Rocha Dimensions: 4 x 4 foot One of the most popular pieces of Jelly Belly Art, this portrait of President Ronald Reagan was inspired by his love for horseback riding at his California ranch. “You can tell a lot about a fella’s character by whether he picks out all of one color or just grabs a handful.” –Ronald Reagan on Jelly Belly jelly beans.

Delicious jelly-bean artistry of Peter Rocha

Statue of Liberty made with Jelly Belly jelly beans!

Statue of Liberty made with Jelly Belly jelly beans!

Jelly Bean art !!

Jelly Bean art !!

James Dean portrait out of jelly beans

Peter Rocha, the king of jelly beans art, together with his nephew Roger, create intricate mosaics of celebrities, using thousands of sweet jelly beans

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