Painting is the art of applying any paint, oil, or any other medium of different colors to a given surface. Since its creation up to the present, we have seen the radical evolution of painting through time. From the traditional ways of using canvas and mediums such as oil, pastel, etc., to modern artists that have emerged leading to the creation of collage, cubism, and of course, digital painting. Now, Ready to see another type of art?
Today we will be featuring a lovely and yummy kind of art. These series of delectable food art was made by Ida Skivenes. She is a Norway-based artist who is an enthusiast to both food and art. Believing that food should be fun, tasty, and healthy, she created The Art Toast Project. It is a series of safe-to-eat replicas of the works of famous artists for the purpose of expressing her love for art. Each was made of a toast as a canvas and different edible ingredients as medium in creating the art. Scroll down and observe these charming works of art. Come, take a peek, and enjoy!
This is a food replica of Kazimir Malevich’s Red Square
One of the Late Works of Edvard Munch titled Snow Falling In The Lane
This art was taken from Man Ray’s photo Glass tears
Here is one of Gustav Klimt’s painting-inspired art titled The Kiss
Another art derived from one of Edvard Munch’s paintings – Young woman on the shore
This one is a delicious copy of Georgia O’Keeffe’s White flower on red earth
Here is a art toast of Farbstudie Quadrate – a creation of Wassily Kandinsky.
This one is a food art of Johannes Vermeer’s most famous painting – Girl with a Pearl Earring
This art above is inspired by Andrew Wyeth’s Christina’s World
And this one is one of Edvard Munch’s works – Three Girls on the Jetty
Above is similar to the abstract paintings of Jackson Pollock titled Covergence
Here is a yummy food art of The Japanese Bridge by Claude Monet
Check out the strawberry used as a dress. Nifty. Made from Edvard Munch’s The Fairytale Forest
These are melted clocks on Salvador Dali’s The Persistence of Memory
Here is a portrait of a woman similar to Edvard Munch’s Madonna
This is a self-portrait of a mexican painter Frida Kahlo
A lovely edible flower derived from Van Gogh’s Sunflower
This art is similar to Henri Matisse’ The Fall of Icarus
An art toast of one of Pablo Picasso’s masterpiece
Inspired by Rene Magritte’s painting The Son of Man
An abstract toast indeed. Derived from Mark Rothko’s works
A toast art made a lot of squares, definitely Piet-Mondarian-Inpsired art.
A toasty n’ yummy version of one of the most famous paintings of Edvard Munch – The Scream
Check out Ida Skivenes’ other food art on her website. You can share what you think on her yummy works by leaving a comment below.
Art is bound with no limits. With great new ideas coming out of our imaginative head every day, there is undoubtedly infinite possibilities we can achieve.
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