Artist creates Royal Wedding entirely out of nuts

An artist has given almonds, cashews, hazelnuts and coconuts a Royal makeover and transformed them into mini replica royals.

Credit: Plenish/Steve Casino

Steve Casino is the world’s only nut artist and spent over 362 hours transforming shells into miniature figurines and scenes of the Royal Wedding.

Credit: Plenish/Steve Casino

Cashew nuts were used to create the Queen’s infamous royal corgis. The scenes of Westminster Abbey and the Royal Balcony incorporate coconuts and hazelnuts carefully crafted to depict realistic royal backdrops.

Credit: Plenish/Steve Casino

When Plenish came to me asking to help them bring their idea to life, I was thrilled, The Royals are loved in the US and I admire the brands ethos so it was a super rewarding project to work on, albeit challenging.

The Queen and Prince Charles were by far the best characters I’ve made yet!

– STEVE CASINO, SELF-PROFESSED NUT ARTIST

Credit: Plenish/Steve Casino

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