Photo credit: Henry Hargreaves

No, these aren’t snacks created to look like actual gadgets, but the real devices, deep-fried by food-stylist Caitlin Levin for the sake of art. Yes, most of the devices still work since the oil isn’t hot enough to actually melt the gadgets. Continue reading to see more.

Frying oil usually is heated to temperatures not high enough to melt plastics (and obviously not the electronics, which can withstand much higher soldering temperatures), and oil being completely non-conductive, it let’s you have a very greasy yet perfectly functioning deep fried iPhone.

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