Krustapseudicals are edible crystals that purport to halt their consumer’s body in time. They are crystallisations of beauty advice from magazines and advertising, and are made of materials found in topical cosmetics (like zinc and vitamins), proteins (mostly obtained from my own hair), and small amounts of other metals and ointments. They also contain materials evoked by the marketing of cosmetics that advertise bodily freeze, such as seaweed and gold. They are tiny fictions.
How to Cite:
Candela E., (2013) “Krustapseudicals”, Dandelion: Postgraduate Arts Journal and Research Network 4(2). doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/ddl.293