portrait celebrating the Diamond Jubilee. It’s a reproduction of the Machin portrait made with 300 packs (60 kg) of British cheddar cheese.
I would say the tiara, hair, pearls and corsage (dress) are pretty well done, but the face doesn’t look much like the Queen. Still, it probably tastes great.
Also included in the article is the Post Pop Art Man’s huge display made out of thousands of real Machins. You can find out more about that portrait here. And we have featured Peter Mason’s work previously here and here.
Take a look at the rest of the portraits on The Telegraph’s site. Don’t miss Duckingham Palace (that’s not a typo!).
Now, where did I put those crackers?