Sandwiches by Brittany Powell and Tae Kitakata
Can be considered art sandwiches?
As modern art has no boundaries, the answer to this question should be actually positive. Are you but do not agree? Before you disagree with this assertion, you look at the art project by Brittany Powell.
Following sandwiches are very special. Imitate famous works of art by artists such as Piet Mondrian, Georgia O’Keeffe, Mark Rothko, Damien Hirst, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Jasper Johns, Jackson Pollock, Marcel Duchamp and Gustav Klimt.
Lunch or art project?
Remember in to the artist couple Christo and Jeanne-Claude and their project “the wrapped Reichstag”? Now you understand why the sandwiches (“covered”) is packed up. Like the other occupied loaves below this is named after the artist name – so sand wipe Christ. Take a look at the other creative breads by Brittany Powell and try to unravel the idea that behind.
The documents took most of the “Hirst bread”. The small green dots that were cut with a pair of scissors from a leaf of lettuce are the reason. The whole project took approximately 4 hours and of course, all artfully occupied breads served as dinner for family Powell. Duchamp sandwich tasted best Brittany Powell.
Below we have compiled further interesting projects by Brittany Powell and Tae Kitakata. These consist only of food – either roll or McDonald’s finished products.
Still not sandwiches – “Sandwich Dots”
Stack’s burger from McDonald
Or as bunch
Leave a trail
Burger in the forest
You can see these and other ideas from the creative Duo on their homepage Low Commitment Projects .