Judith G. Klausner's Toast Embroidery is Realistic
The series focuses on three different slices of toast, in which Klausner cross-stitched different toppings on the bread. With a super-realistic slice of melting butter, a sunny-side up egg and even mold, Klausner has managed to stun viewers with her attention to detail and ability to work with unique products.
Her Toast Embroidery is looks good enough to eat.
Implications - Artists have to push the limits on what they produce. By using unique canvases or ideas, they are able to draw attention to their work, furthering their name and making themselves an important, memorable member of the art and design society.Stats for Inedible Stitched Spreads Trending: Older & Chilly
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