Saturday, July 2, 2011

Embroidered Toast

Judith G. Klausner - Embroidered Toast: Egg

Artist Judith G. Klausner creates art from unlikely objects (notably insects) and pairings (embroidery recalls bygone times, while packaged bread is a phenomenon of our present age - and who thinks to embroider on something other than cloth to good results?). I love how the egg on toast also evokes Impressionist painting.

Judith G. Klausner - Embroidered Toast: Butter

Judith G. Klausner - Embroidered Toast: Mold

The mold on the last piece actually looks incredibly realistic, even in a closeup. I bet you'll look at bread mold just a bit differently in the future.


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  4. What separates it from other bread is that the thickness of the cuts is twofold the thickness of common cut bread.


  5. Love what you're doing here guys, keep it up!..
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