Going by names such as “Mermaid” and “Unicorn” toast, these colorful treats are just as healthy for you as they’re beautiful. Made by food blogger Adeline Waugh, the vivid colors of pink, purple, and blue are created from good-for-you ingredients like beet juice, turmeric, spirulina, and blueberry powder.
Sam created a daily drawing exercise called Daily Bread. Every day of 2013, she drew a piece of toast. You can see the project here and here. There are 365 toast drawings, two large toast drawings on paper and one of the daily drawings animated line by line. She have planes to publish a book of the toasts and KickStart a monumental bronze toast.
Made for Anglican Church of St Peter
Great Limber – 2010 Jan.
burned toaster bread
Using his toaster, the artist burned every piece of bread before drying them out and flattening them so they were ready to be positioned in a giant frame. He then spent hours scraping the toast with a knife to create the lighter parts of the image, such as Christ’s halo, and a blow torch to create darker patches. (read more here)