Art Toast Project – Ida Frosk

Would you eat such a beautiful, tiny piece of art?

Ida Frosk from Oslo creates delightful miniatures of famous paintings on her plate. You can see gallery of her works on Instagram or on her page.

The Art Toast Project consists of edible remakes of major works by famous artists, using a piece of toast as the canvas. The idea was based on the literal interpretation of “food art” and the desire to make art more accessible.

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Andrew WyethAndrew Wyeth – Christina’s world, 1948

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Salvador DaliSalvador Dali – The Persistence of Memory, 1931

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Pablo PicassoPablo Picasso

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Edvard MunchEdvard Munch – Girls on the Jetty, c. 1899

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Frida KahloFrida Kahlo

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Edvard MunchEdvard Munch – Madonna, 1894-95

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Claude MonetClaude Monet

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Piet MondrianPiet Mondrian

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