Confectionary masterminds Sam Bompas and Harry Parr have simultaneously created the worlds most sinfully delicious exhibition and brought to life a whole generation's child-hood fantasy in the form of an interactive, edible exhibition in London. Complete with edible plants and blue-dyed boating lakes, the exhibition looks absolutely sweet.
Banana-flavored vapors? A pineapple island?
These may sound like the makings of a Roald Dahl children's book (he of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory fame). But at London's Kew Gardens, visitors can now immerse themselves in such fantastic-sounding experiences like rowing down a blue-dyed boating lake to the aforementioned island, which features a 15-foot replica pineapple towering over a banana grotto.
Kew's new, interactive food-themed exhibit, which just opened to the public, is designed to seduce people into engaging with.