Joana Cinco is an art director (or graphic designer) but still manages to keep her love for fashion everyday with this blog. She also wants to share some shopping and styling tips! Will offer the most honest product review and must-visit stores in the city.

My Iconic World blog was inspired from an advertising campaign called "The Icons". It belongs to one of the major brands Joana has been handling for a long time, hence her "world" passionately began to revolve on it.

Aside from designing, she also do handcrafts and tries to make her own clothing design. To welcome the year 2012, she just launched her online clothing shop with her best friend, named SHEER:ICONIC.









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Looks delicious, aren’t they? Well, better think again because you are looking at Shay Aaron’s masterpiece. Nope, he’s not a chef or even a food stylist. Aaron is a miniaturist from Israel who recreates different food objects on a 1:12 scale using clay. 

I remember how I used to play with clay when I was a kid, and mold them into spaghetti, hotdog sandwiches and all the food that my little fingers can make. 

Oh, my clay wasn’t as perfect, but I made sure to put meatballs on my spaghetti back then. Lol. 

You can view the rest on his Flickr page.

Looks delicious, aren’t they? Well, better think again because you are looking at Shay Aaron’s masterpiece. Nope, he’s not a chef or even a food stylist. Aaron is a miniaturist from Israel who recreates different food objects on a 1:12 scale using clay. 

I remember how I used to play with clay when I was a kid, and mold them into spaghetti, hotdog sandwiches and all the food that my little fingers can make. 

Oh, my clay wasn’t as perfect, but I made sure to put meatballs on my spaghetti back then. Lol. 

You can view the rest on his Flickr page.

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