The Italian artist created these cute lollipops a couple of years back for fashion brands like Louis Vuitton, Lacoste and Nike. His new book, Lolli-pop by Massimo Gammacurta (very tempted to write “Massimo Dutti”) showcases all of his creations and makes for a delectably stylish coffee table book. Here are some of his past creations I found:

    YSL Lolli by Massimo Gammacurta


    Gucci Lolli by Massimo Gammacurta


    Apple Lolli by Massimo Gammacurta


    Chanel Lolli by Massimo Gammacurta


    Levis Lolli by Massimo Gammacurta


    Source & Source.

    What do you think? Have you seen them in real life before? Would you even eat them? If I were to eat them before they expired and rotted away (which would be such a waste), I’d make sure to take loads of pictures with these candies a la Leighton Meester and Blake Lively! Now, what would a Birkin lolli look like?

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