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9 Famous Paintings Recreated With Food

A Van Gogh made of rice? Thanks to Tatiana Shkondina’s food photography you will have to do a double take. The Russian-born artist’s pictures speak for themselves as she has managed to transform food into an art and not just a practical or commercial tool. She does have an extensive list of clients, though, who vouch for her talents. Tatiana has worked with renown companies like Nescafé, Tupperware, Campbell’s and Men’s Health. By mixing edible ingredients like beans, salmon, and vegetables, she’s created a collection of masterpieces. Tatiana took the idea that “food is art” to its literal meaning, and this is what she came up with:

 

1. Pablo Picasso, The Dove of Peace

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2. Salvador Dalí, The Persistence of Memory

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3. René Magritte, The Son of Man

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4. Piet Mondrian, Composition with Red, Yellow and Blue

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5. Andy Warhol, Dollar Sign (Quadrant)

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6. Vincent Van Gogh, The Starry Night

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7. Gustav Klimt, The Tree of Life

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8. Wassily Kandinsky, Several Circles

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9. Kazemir Malevich, Black Square

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You can see more of Tatiana Shkondina’s work on her website or her Facebook page.