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Kyle Bean is a rather special young man. He's previously featured on the site with the chicken made from eggs and the mobile phone Russian dolls, impressing everyone in his wake.

Now, he's put together a collection of pieces that resemble dangerous weapons but are made from completely harmless ingredients.

There's the grenade made from jelly, the knuckle dusters made from toast, and the bullets made from candles, to name but a few.

Someone get this guy an OBE already...

You can see more of Kyle's work here and photographer Sam Hofman's work here.

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