These popsicles are pretty, but you’re not going to want to eat one, trust us


These colourful popsicles look like artisanal dessert treats.

But those little dots aren’t chia seeds. They’re sewage.

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Hung I-chen, Guo Yi-hui and Cheng Yu-ti, students at the National Taiwan University of Arts, collected sewage runoff from 100 locations in Taiwan to make these popsicles.

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Their frozen creations were then replicated with transparent polyester resin. The replicas are accurate down to the tiniest detail — from the colour of the popsicles, to the detritus found in the samples. Read more…

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