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Amazing Toaster Mural Created Out of 2,500 Pieces of Toast!
Posted By Helen Morgan On July 9, 2011 @ 12:00 pm In Art,carousel showcase,Design,Features,Gallery | 3 Comments
The Toaster  is exactly that – a huge rendition of a toaster made entirely out of, yes, you guessed it, toast! This intriguing and quirky masterpiece by Ingrid Falk and Gustavo Aguerre  was constructed in Buenos Aires , Argentina, over the course of two days from 2,500 slices of bread, which were painstakingly toasted to different degrees of ‘burnt’ and pieced together to form a delicious (but dry) looking mural. The vast range of tones in the work are really impressive and they create a realistic impression of the inanimate object. The pieced-together puzzle of cooked bread certainly provides a fun dose of food for thought.
+ The Toaster 
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 The Toaster: http://www.fa-art.se/Baires.htm
 Ingrid Falk and Gustavo Aguerre: http://www.fa-art.se
 Buenos Aires: http://inhabitat.com/spiraling-tower-of-babel-made-from-30000-donated-books-pops-up-in-buenos-aires/
 Design You Trust: http://designyoutrust.com/2011/07/06/a-toaster-mural-made-of-2500-pieces-of-toast/
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