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There are only so many times you can admire a photo before the appeal wears off. When that photo is made from chocolate, however - now that's a whole different ball game.

Thanks to the genius people at Cocoagraph, you can now create edible versions of your photos/Instagrams/polaroids on artisan chocolate bars that come with a distinct retro edge.

All you need to do is upload your own hi-res images to the company's website, choose from milk, white, dark or organic dark flavours and voilà: a delicious, creamy photo bar is yours.

What you do with it from there is up to you: cherish it, devour it or bung it in the fridge for a week or tw0...

The bars make a nifty gift idea for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and more: and the best thing is, your photos don't even need to be that good - they're going to be eaten, after all.

See the making of Cocoagraph's bespoke photo bars, below.

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