We all love food in all shapes and sizes and the case is no different with Kim Clough, a medical lab scientist, and artist who loves to create stunningly detailed miniature food that can literally sit on your fingertip. You can find anything in Kim’s miniature kitchen, from fried chicken, roasted turkey, to perfect chocolate cakes and other kinds of dessert. Kim uses polymer clay to create these little masterpieces that are usually 1:12 of the size of the original meal she was inspired by. Besides making fresh miniature meals, the artist recently started focusing on the process of decaying. That natural process inspired Kim to create a new project called “Decay in Miniature“. We’re sure that this idea is going to be a massive success like the ones before.