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Be happy

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March 20th, 2017 Posted 2:22 pm

Soare Szende #be happy (#legyetekboldogak)
March 8 2017, International mother’s day
Seclerland, Romania

 

Bread and Circuses

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March 20th, 2017 Posted 1:46 pm

Hackney Colliery Band – Bread and Circuses

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Typewriter

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March 20th, 2017 Posted 1:42 pm

Spoerris Brotteigobjekt – Schreibmaschine

Food is snapshots of a life cycle – and perishable. The artist Daniel Spoerri takes up this idea in his pictures and sculptures and challenges cooking, food, taste and habit. He shows his interpretations in his “Eat Art”

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Bacon roll

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March 20th, 2017 Posted 12:44 pm

JamesMcDonald  – Bacon roll
Oil on Panel 10×10 inches 2017

Everyday objects –  a shell, loaf of bread or even a bacon roll – become precious and even sensuous as they shimmer cinematically before you. A rare gift, which he discovered early on in his career, was to discover beauty in the most mundane, everyday objects.

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Baguette biplane

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February 23rd, 2017 Posted 11:58 am

Tim  Walker – Baguette biplane
Rollo Hesketh-Harvey and his baguette biplane Eglingham Hall, Northumberland, 2009.

More of Tim’s work here.

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Glow in the dark murals

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February 20th, 2017 Posted 3:03 pm

Hunger -by Harreman Project
Zaragoza, Spain, 2016

Wall installation for the project #GeneraciónNoHunger of Action Against Huger powered by Festival Asalto Zaragoza.

Check more of their works here.

Posted in street art

Bready

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February 13th, 2017 Posted 2:37 pm

Etelka Tamás – Kenyértészta (bread dough)
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Bread Bags

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February 9th, 2017 Posted 4:10 pm

Bags by dutch designer Rommy Kuperus
more of his works here.

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Bread Stairs

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February 9th, 2017 Posted 4:06 pm

Derek Paul Boyle and Mitra Saboury
Studio Meatwreck

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Invisible Ceramics and Women Made of Bread Fill a European Art Park

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February 9th, 2017 Posted 3:32 pm

Paweł Althamer – The Burghers of Bródno
2016 – Warsaw

Bródno Sculpture Park has come to be one of Europe’s most enticing and important sites of relational and social sculpture. WARSAW — What do you get when you throw some of the world’s most well-known, socially engaged artists into a public park? One stroll through the Bródno Sculpture Park will show you.

Image courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art Warsaw

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