FAMOUS PAINTINGS RECREATED WITH DELI MEAT

Famous Paintings Recreated With Deli Meat
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FAMOUS PAINTINGS RECREATED WITH DELI MEAT



Written by Aisha Nozari
23 Tuesday 23rd July 2013

The gang have put a meaty spin on famous paintings by recreating them using deli meats, eggs, pickles, carrots and more.

When discussing the project, Wegener told Co.Design that the whole idea came about while shopping in his Berlin neighbourhood, where he underwent a small spout of pareidolia and noticed some ham that looked a whole bunch like Edvard Munch's 'The Scream'.

He continues that they 'recognised pieces of art in the different appearances of sausage and meat. For some pictures, the appearance of the food itself was the connection to the artwork. For others it was the combination or arrangement of different foods, the packaging or the name of the dish.'

The two above images are Munch's 'The Scream' and Jeff Koons' 'Balloon Dog.'

Remember that time Van Gogh loved sunflowers? Yeah well you can find that in sausage form below along with Damien Hirst's 'Mother and Child'.

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