Sure, at first glance this picture just looks like pretty chocolate broken into smaller-than-usual segments and fashioned into pretty shapes. Look closer and you'll see a puzzle of what looks like hundreds of pixels.
Apparently, designer Tithi Kutchamuch intentionally left holes in the design because he wanted to make a point about how bargain food - particularly sweets - continues to be a crutch for the masses. His idea is that these chocolates would cost as much or more than standard chocolates, but you would be sold less. It's a "less is more" concept we don't see often in the fast-food/snack or gadget world, but is interesting nonetheless. For an additional image,