The shooting death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin has prompted protests, rallies and marches over the past six weeks.
Now it's inspired something else -- an unusual portrait by a Denver art student.
Calling it "Fear Itself," Andy Bell used 12,000 pieces of Skittles candy to create a portrait of George Zimmerman, the man charged with second degree murder in the death of Martin.
The image is getting a lot of attention, even though it has only been on display at a Denver art center for just a couple days.
Several art galleries outside Colorado are interested in buying the work.
One expert estimates it could sell for tens of thousands of dollars.
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