Available at the Street Anatomy Gallery Store

Edible Valentine's Day Card by Emily Evans and Tasha Marks available at the Street Anatomy Gallery Store

Edible Valentine's Day Card by Emily Evans and Tasha Marks available at the Street Anatomy Gallery Store

Edible Valentine's Day Card by Emily Evans and Tasha Marks available at the Street Anatomy Gallery Store

Edible Valentine's Day Card by Emily Evans and Tasha Marks available at the Street Anatomy Gallery Store

The way to your lover’s heart is through their stomach. Give your sweetie an opportunity to digest your loving words with this edible Valentine’s Day card complete with an edible ink pen. They will EAT IT UP.

Designed in the style of Mexican papel picado the front features an Amore Eternal (Eternal Love) banner and two loving skulls facing a beautiful anatomical heart. Words/Love never tasted and felt so good.

  • Includes 1 edible card, 1 edible ink pen, and 1 inedible envelope
  • 5 7/8″ x 8 1/8″ folded, 11 3/4″ x 8 1/8″ open
  • Blank inside
  • Ingredients: Potato starch, vegetable oil, water, E120.
  • $12.50 at the Street Anatomy Gallery Store!

Illustration by medical artist Emily Evans. Handmade in London by Tasha Marks of Animal Mineral Vegetable.

 

 

There’s more!

For those of you in and around London, you can purchase these edible Valentine’s Day cards and much more at the Valentine’s Pop Up Shop February 8-10, 2013!

EYHO Valentines Day Pop Up Shop London Feb 7-10 2013

Valentines Day Pop Up Shop

LONDON FEBRUARY 8-10th, 2013

This Valentines Day, Street Anatomy will be participating in a romantic pop up shop with a twist – every single one of the gifts, cards or cakes on sale will be based on an anatomically correct heart. It is a venture from Miss Cakehead & Medical Illustrator Emily Evans.

The shop will feature a wide range of gifts for those who like their romance with an anatomical twist; the finest arts, crafts and cake makers having been commissioned for the project. Beautiful anatomical heart inspired pieces from jewellery, art prints, cards, embroidery, ceramics to cake, chocloate and anatomical flowers. Saying it with hearts and flowers has never been so scientific!

For more information, visit Miss Cakehead’s blog!