Instagram food artist and enthusiast Ida Skivenes (known as idafrosk) has put a little Hamptons flavor in her Art Toast Project. Based in Oslo, Norway, Skivenes has made toast to appear as famous works of art, including “Convergence” (1952) by Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol‘s famous banana.
“I believe that food should be fun, tasty and for the most part healthy,” Skivenes says on her “idafrosk” blog, also noting, “The majority of these pieces are not made in the customary 5 – 15 minutes in the morning but usually take at least 30 minutes to make, most often at weekends. They are not created with the main purpose of being easy to copy like most of the other Idafrosk creations but more with the goal of spreading the love of art.”
It wouldn’t be surprising if we see more East End masters on toast in the near future. Keep an eye on Skivenes and cross your fingers for Chuck Close, Willem de Kooning, John Chamberlain and Roy Lichtenstein, among other likely Hamptons greats.
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See more of the Art Toast Project and Skivenes‘ food art at idafrosk.blogspot.com
Or get her photos via instagram at instagram.com/idafrosk
For inquiries, email Skivenes at firstname.lastname@example.org