How Famous Artists Would Plate A Thanksgiving Meal

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In a few weeks, most Americans will sit down for a Thanksgiving Day dinner. And, segmenting the standard turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and green beans — not just throwing it all in one big pile — will be as creative as we get with our plating.

Luckily, artist Hannah Rothstein has taken the creativity a bit further, by imagining what a Thanksgiving meal might look like if it were plated by a famous artist. The standard fare is arranged as if Vincent van Gogh himself was your host — as well as entries from Rothko, Pollock, Mondrian and others.

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Piet Mondrian

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René Magritte

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Andy Warhol

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Georges Seurat

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Jackson Pollock

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Mark Rothko

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Pablo Picasso

[link, via designtaxi]

Famous People and Pop Culture Characters Made From Peanuts

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Steve Casino is a ‘painter of nuts.’ And, rather than squandering his talent on walnut landscapes or abstract cashews, Casino puts it to use creating celebrity peanuts.

Casino hand-paints anyone from Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Lee, and Hulk… recreating the subject’s likeness to perfection, while adding equally disproportionate limbs. So much better then tacky walnuts.

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[link, via The Awesomer]

Tiny Landscape Paintings of Istanbul on Food

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Artist Hasan Kale, who we’ve covered previously, paints tiny landscapes of his native Istanbul on small objects. Although beautiful and worthy of any tiny museum, the works are not long for this world, as most of Hasan’s canvases have a short shelf life.

Suggestion… Istanbul on Twinkies. Those’ll last.

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[link, via Colossal]

Spaghetti Medusa Might Turn Your Dinner Guests To Stone

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Want to scare the daylights out of a few dinner guests and/or turn them to stone? The Medusa Plate is the work of artist Vik Muniz, who often works in the medium of spilled food.

This particular plate, offered at the MOMA Store, has Spaghetti Medusa printed right on it, so you’ll never be able to wash her away. You’ll probably not want to eat on the Medusa Plate anyway, since it costs $500.

[link, via Lost At E Minor]

Pop Culture-Inspired Easter Eggs

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Yes, we realize that Easter was yesterday… But these pop culture-inspired Easter eggs, by artist Barak Hardley, were too cool to pass up. And, here at Foodiggity, we spent most of our Easter Sunday trying to find the eggs that we hid a bit too well.

Enjoy…

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[link, via Mashable]