somebody actually crocheted a burger, a treat for your eyes. based in ontario, canada, the olives and bananas wool shop has played with their food by knitting an art-worthy meal with zero calories and high-in-fiber, literally. made from yarn, see the creation being flipped and piled up on their instagram below.

 

 

 

olives and bananas wool shop’ crocheted burger looks so good you just want a taste. each individually knitted piece appears identical to the real ingredient. the food art’s triple stack of beef patties are topped with life-like ribbons of mayo, mustard and ketchup, and slices of lettuce, onions, pickles, tomatoes, beetroot, and then finally a sunny side-up egg. these are all cushioned between two soft, woolly brioche buns. the creation aims to resemble the real deal made at beefcake’s burger factory, also located in thunder city, ontario, canada.

feast your eyes upon this woolly, high-in-fiber crocheted burger with fixings
a scrumptious platter of individually knitted ingredients before being piled high into a crocheted burger
all images courtesy of olives and bananas

 

feast your eyes upon this woolly, high-in-fiber crocheted burger with fixings
feast your eyes on the fully constructed burger, which is said to mirror a real one from beefcake’s burger factory

 

 

project info:

 

designers: olives and bananas wool shop

collaborators: beefcake’s burger factory