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".


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!