The capital’s most popular structures including Big Ben, The Shard and the London Eye were being re-imagined by Lennie Payne in a sculpture positioned alongside Tower Bridge.

The food artist at the same time made use of muffins, crumpets and sandwich thins to make a 3D London skyline which was not just attractive to the eye but in addition seemed somewhat yummy.

The sculpture was requested by food company Warburtons, which was rejoicing on becoming the ‘best’ baker in the capital.
‘To commemorate its announcement as London’s no.1 bakery manufacturer, Warburtons raise a toast to the nation’s much-loved things of the London Skyline by revealing 3D model,’ the bread company stated.