An Artist Reimagined Disney Characters As Bento Boxes And They're Insanely Detailed

'Do you wanna make a bento?'

Whoever told you not to play with your food needs to take a step back and admire the artwork. Mike Kravanis is creating bento boxes so amazing, he has to be borrowing some of Walt Disney's magic. That, or he's just really good at making food art.

On his Instagram, Kravanis describes himself as a "Disney bento boxer fanatic," and his work definitely lives up to that title. He even has buttons that say "Do you wanna make a bento?," because why not. He recently showed off his Halloween spirit with the Sanderson Sisters from "Hocus Pocus."

Personally, I love that Kravanis doesn't just stick to the same ol' Disney characters. Instead, he creates art from many of the Disney underdogs (or cats or mice). We rounded up several of his fantastic creations and tried not to drool over them. Take a look at them below!

Lumière from "Beauty and the Beast"

Figaro from "Pinocchio"

Heimlich from "A Bug's Life"

Monterey Jack from "Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers"

The emotions from "Inside Out"

Oliver from "Oliver & Company"

Prince John from "Robin Hood"

Darkwing Duck from "Darkwing Duck" (duh)

Pleakley and Jumba from "Lilo & Stitch"

Remy from "Ratatouille"

Bernard from "The Rescuers" and "The Rescuers Down Under"

Jack and Sally from "The Nightmare Before Christmas"

Ariel from "The Little Mermaid"

To see more of Kravanis' work, check out his Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

H/T Reddit