London skyline sculptures were created from sugar cubes.
Chris Naylor's London skyline sculpture is a visually striking artwork created with more than 2,100 sugar cubes. Taking inspiration from the history of the Museum of London Docklands which was built two centuries ago by a sugar merchant.
Featuring some of London's landmarks including Tower Bridge, St. Paul Cathedral, and the London Eye, Naylor's sugary sculpture weighs 30 pounds and is composed of carefully carved sweet cubes.
The sweet artwork was created to mark the 10th anniversary of the Museum of London Docklands.