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   Undertoad  Thursday May 23 06:29 PM

5/23/2002: Toast toaster



Two days ago a fark image, today a K5-sourced image. This one is from Buenos Aires, a picture of a toaster that's actually made out of pieces of toast! It took over 2500 pieces of toast to "paint". You can see the construction here; the thing is tall enough to require the artists to stand on ladders to build it.

All I can say is... pass the butter.



jeni  Thursday May 23 10:30 PM

that is SO awesome. i always find those picture mosaics really neat. like the portraits of people made out of other little pictures of people...you know what i'm talking about, right? that's so neat.



elSicomoro  Thursday May 23 10:58 PM

In a somewhat related field, Chuck Close is one of the better-known artists in the Photorealism field.

What's fascinating is that he reinvented himself after becoming a quadraplegic in 1988. Check out this link that shows off his newer style. I dig it...combines old and new school styles.



sypher  Tuesday May 28 04:12 PM

Good stuff

As i type this i am looking at my poster of bob marley, constructed as a 'mosaic' of all his old pictures and record discs.

I have also seen yoda and the beatles like this.

www.photomosaic.com is on the bottom, cost about 6.00 GBP.

Would like a poster sized of the toaster too.



Nic Name  Friday May 31 12:46 AM

Where do people get these ideas?

A Moron's Guide to Toast



DR€@M W€@V€R  Tuesday Jun 4 10:07 AM

o wow...thats really clever...


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Leus  Thursday Jun 13 01:05 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by sycamore
In a somewhat related field, Chuck Close is one of the better-known artists in the Photorealism field.

What's fascinating is that he reinvented himself after becoming a quadraplegic in 1988. Check out this link that shows off his newer style. I dig it...combines old and new school styles.
Chilean painter Claudio Bravo have done some impressive things, too.

Check "Abdullah y las Esponjas":


I like photorealism


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