If you thought the Mickey Mouse pancakes you made for your kids on Saturday were a work of art, you’ve never seen what Ida Skivenes can whip up in the kitchen
The Oslo, Norway-based artist creates (or re-creates) actual famous works of art on toast. And then she eats it (“anything else would be very wasteful,” she says).
From Vincent Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” to Edvard Munch’s “The Scream,” Skivenes has cooked it up and shown it on her Instagram page.
Beyond the classic works, Skivenes also makes other colorful, healthy, reative and original masterpieces out of food — all of which are delightful, whimsical, and by the looks of it, positively delicious.
Take a look at some of her toast, er, art that will seem awfully familiar (and tasty):
All photos used with permission from Ida Skivenes
For much more deliciously fascinating art by Ida Skivenes, visit her Instagram page
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