Counterfeiters of art always try to reproduce the most perfect replica of famous paintings which is ethically and legally wrong. Others, try to imitate these paintings in a funny and original way. In the previous article we had shown how a father pleases his children by making drawing on their sandwiches. In the current case, a Norwegian photographer Ida Frosk goes much further in reproducing famous paintings on bread toast.
“Because it is fun, and I love to inspire others “, says Ida Frosk when asked why she made the reproductions of artwork on a toast. The Norwegian photographer and became “food artist” by creating artworks that you see on her website . She says she first began in June 2012, drawing of a bear and a fox on toast. From then on she began trying funny ideas of her own.
The series of photographs called The Toast Art Project , showcases famous art paintings of Monet , Dali and Picasso on toasts as you would have never seen before.
Edvard Munch – The Enchanted Forest
Girls on the Pier
Dali – The Persistence of Memory
Frida Kahlo – Self-Portrait
Vincent Van Gogh – Sunflowers
Edgar Degas – The Star Dancer
René Magritte – The Son of Man
Pablo Picasso – Portrait of Marie-Therese
Jackson Pollock – Convergence
Inspired by Piet Mondrian
Johannes Vermeer – Girl with a Pearl Earring
Henri Matisse – The Fall of Icarus
Mark Rothko – No. 14
Andrew Wyeth – Christina’s World
Andy Warhol – The Velvet Underground & Nico
Claude Monet – Japanese Bridge
On his blog, Ida Frosk boasted of eating his artworks after completing them! It is true that in addition to looking aesthetic, these toasts look very delicious. Have you ever had to “play” with food in this way?