Most of us know the disappointment of biting into a piece of fruit or a veggie imagining one taste and getting something totally unexpected. Not only is it unfortunate in the moment, but it can ruin a specific food forever if the mishap is memorable enough. Artist Hika Rucho has created a series that won't taste bad and is mighty easy to admire.
Rucho's April Fools worthy series "It's Not What It Seems" features some common foods disguised as other common eats. The artist is generally known for her surreal body paintings featuring skeletons and other unsettling scenes. (Think severed heads, double eyes and zippers where they shouldn't be.) Check out more of Rucho's work on her website.