Embroidered toes-2. Inedible but original art project From Scratch by Judith Klauser
Embroidered toes-2. Inedible but original art project From Scratch by Judith Klauser
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Food games. Creative but inedible art project From Scratch by Judith Klauser

Alternative use for chocolate chip cookies with a cream layer in the performance Judith G. Klauser we have already seen today. Someone did not like her Oreo Cameo, but someone, on the contrary, was delighted with such a creativity. Fortunately, we, more precisely, Judith, still have something to please fans of inedible-edible creativity - her entire art project From Scratch is devoted to how food can be used in art. The traditional breakfast for many people is coffee or tea, as well as toast with butter, jam, or a sandwich with sausage and cheese. And traditional needlework for women is embroidery or knitting. Judith Klausser decided to combine the first and the second, and unusual works of art were born: embroidery on morning toasts. In the form of scrambled eggs, a cube of butter … And what is this, a piece of spoiled bread? Ah, this is also embroidery!

Food games. Creative but inedible art project From Scratch by Judith Klauser Food games. Creative but inedible art project From Scratch by Judith Klauser Food games. Creative but inedible art project From Scratch by Judith Klauser

By the way, relatively recently we met with another author who prefers to decorate with embroidery not fabric, but baked goods - the artist Catherine McEver. True, her embroidery is somewhat simpler, but who's counting?

Food games. Creative but inedible art project From Scratch by Judith Klauser Food games. Creative but inedible art project From Scratch by Judith Klauser

In addition to decorating toasts with pictures of multi-colored threads, Judith Klausser also decorates another delicacy in this way - cornflakes in the form of squares. Armed with a needle and thread, they can easily be used as a canvas for cross stitching. That, in fact, is what the artist does, turning an ordinary cereal into unusual art objects. And you say you can't play with food …

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