WATCH | Rice Krispies cereal has been getting a serious makeover, thanks to MisterKrisp.
Kim Kardashian's infamous Paper Magazine photo, a life-size golden retriever, the poop emoji -- you name it, and MisterKrisp can recreate anything with the cereal, butter and marshmallows.
Jessica Siskin, the creative mind and sculptor behind the popular Instagram account @Mister_Krisp, started her journey in food art back in 2012. After she made her first Rice Krispies treat -- a surfboard with a Barbie doll on top -- for a friend's birthday, she was hooked.
Since officially launching the Instagram account in October 2013, she's made countless Rice Krispies treats with designs inspired by her roots in the fashion industry, current events and anything else that pops into her mind.
Even though Siskin doesn't have any professional background in cooking or art, she's always had her hands busy with arts and crafts projects.
Now, she takes on an average of 10-15 orders a week.
Paper Magazine's Kim Kardashian photo that broke the internet, redone in Rice Krispies.
The most common designs Siskin makes include dogs and emojis.
Even ramen, recreated with Rice Krispies.
"The question that I get very frequently is why MisterKrisp, and not MissKrisp," Siskin said. "Misterkrisp is the name of the villain in the movie Sister Act II, which is one of my favorite '90s movies, so it's kind of an homage to that film."