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Sunday, September 23, 2012

The Birth of Venus

The picture below is a replica of Botticelli's "Birth of Venus" displayed at Believe it or Not Auditorium. It was created in a toaster from 66 pieces of ordinary white bread. Can you imagine? What a piece of art!
This masterpiece is one of over 40 depictions of famous paintings created by Tadahiko Ogawa of Kyoto, Japan, from burned toast. Others include Michelangelo's " The Creation", and Da Vinci's " The Last Supper" and the "Mona Lisa".


5 comments :

Poray said...

curious ko mami, wala ni xa mag molds? lol

Rcel said...

as in white breads? Naunsa, gutomon man pud ta ani magtan-aw! Aguy, na masinaw man kaya ni ug akoy makakita! LOL.

Very creative ba ana oi. I have yet to check out the Believe it or not museum in WI Dells. Ambot ug naa ba pud kaya ing-ani.

BPC hop ko diri!

RE: ang class ni Triz Dhemz she has 19 classmates. So 20 sila kabuok. Not bad na baya I think. Kay naa man pud duha ka assistant ang iyang adviser jud. Every afternoon mo-help out sa ilang activities daw sa classroom. Ilang Akesh, private man, I assume nga less than 20 lang? Pila sila kabuok?

chubskulit said...

Beautiful piece~!

Jessica Cassidy said...

wow! What a talent that is Momi Dhemz to use bread to make this beautiful art piece :-) simply amazing indeed :-) Dropping by from BPC.

emzkie said...

wow! really?! how did he do that? that is really amazing. artistic dyud kaau ang tao ba no? =)

BPC hop!

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