Behold, the Entire Lunar Cycle Made of Cookies

We're hoping the man in the moon has a giant glass of milk.

by Beckett Mufson
05 February 2019, 10:45am

Images courtesy the artist

This article was originally published in 2015.

The shortest lunar eclipse of the century may have come and gone this weekend, but the tastiest one thus far is alive in NYC-based designer Yona Lee's celestial new artwork, Yummy Moon. In Lee's world the moon isn't made of cheese—but instead, Nilla Wafers. 450 of the cookies were munched to create an accurate chart of all the moon's phases arranged into one giant lunar surface, with the help of a projector to shape and arrange each morsel.

Lee's graphic design practice also encompasses the inedible, a body of work which includes alternative book designs and a clock that changes color according to the Pantone value of the current time. Check out more of Yona Lee's work on her website.

This article originally appeared on VICE US.