This week, for Valentine's Day, London will be playing host to romantic pop up with a twist – every single one of the gifts, cards, cakes, cookies and pastries on sale in the Eat Your Heart Out event will be based on anatomically correct hearts.
A joint venture from Miss Cakehead and Medical Illustrator Emily Evans, the sales event features some of the grossest goodies and beautiful finds. The shop will feature a wide range of gifts for those who like their romance with an anatomical twist; the finest arts, crafts and cake makers having been commissioned for the project. Beautiful anatomical heart inspired pieces from jewellery, art prints, cards, embroidery, ceramics to cake, chocolate and anatomical flowers.
Here are a few of the artists and their items featured in the Valentine's Day Pop-Up Event taking place from February 8-10:
Edible Heart by All Mine Patisserie:
Heart Art by Rachel Harmeyer:
Edible Valentine Card from Tasha Marks with artwork by Emily Evans:
Fanny Shorter's Anatomical Heart Print fabric on various items:
Lucy Lyons Heart Box:
Edible Heart from Conjurer's Kitchen:
Heart Art by Geoffrey Harrison (left) and Laurie Hastings (right):
Kate Jenkins' fabulous Knit Heart Art:
Macarons by Miss Insomnia Tulip:
Oreo Fudge Heart with Sugar Blood from Miss Tulip Insomnia:
Various items from Street Anatomy:
Bespoke Barware (left) and Heart Necklace from C B Dahlia (right):
Anatomical Heart Cake Pops by Cake For Breakfast:
Heart Cakes and Cookies by Nevie-Pie:
Tees by La Mort:
The invitation to the event:
It’s being run under the guise of Anatomical Snuff Box, a venture from Miss Cakehead and Emily Evans promoting the education of anatomy using cultural channels.
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