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Art and food can easily go hand in hand. Ida Frosk, a 29-year-old talented artist from Oslo, Norway puts a little extra on ...
her breakfast plate every morning.She turns her morning toast, pancakes or oatmeal into striking works of art.
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An artist creates replicated famous pieces on morning breakfast. Art and food can easily go hand in hand. Ida Frosk, a 29-year-old talented artist from Oslo, Norway puts a little extra on her breakfast plate every morning.She turns her morning toast, pancakes or oatmeal into striking works of art. Many of her works replicate famous paintings or signature pieces from highly acclaimed artists like Picasso.Frosk initiated an Instagram account last year, featuring pictures of her unique works of food art. In that short time span, she has gained over 100,000 followers. She stated "I could never have dreamed of getting this kind of attention. I just started on a whim and suddenly it just took off. … I'm just a regular girl who enjoys playing with food and sharing it as a hobby.” One of her works depicts Frosk's own version of Dutch artist, Johannes Vermeer’s 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' on a single piece of toast. Another toasted piece of bread contains a replicated edible dancer inspired by Edgar Degas’ work titled ‘The Star’. How do you like Frosk's work?