20.01.12 by Jeff

Sandwich Artist

Sandwich Artist by Brittany Powell
“Sandwich Artist”, sandwiches by Brittany Powell as part of her Low-Commitment Projects with Tae Kitakata. I love the idea of quick art projects, and this Mondrian sandwich is superb.

Sandwich Artist by Brittany Powell

O’Keeffe sandwich.

Sandwich Artist by Brittany Powell

Rothko sandwich.

Sandwich Artist by Brittany Powell

Hirst sandwich.

Sandwich Artist by Brittany Powell

Christo sandwich.


via: swiss-miss

Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • http://cjeggett.co.uk CjEggett

    Perfectly timed for elevenses.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff


  • http://artfumes.com RATHUR

    I’ll take a Mondrian hold the mayo.

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  • Pam

    Great idea! Love the first one

  • Philip

    I have to point out the classic “Sandwiches of the Artist” article, which wins both in comprehensiveness and detail.

  • http://www.glorifiedloveletters.com Sara H

    Love them!

  • http://www.kickadog.tumblr.com Glói

    It’s against Mondrians’ rules to use green though, should have used blue cheese instead!

  • http://www.drawandshoot.me Karen

    The Mondrian sandwich is perfect :)

  • Jessica

    These are awesome! I’m going to make some tonight.

  • http://nailpolishnp.blogspot.com/ Lotte


    http://nailpolishnp.blogspot.com/ – art – fahion – life –

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  • http://www.ArtSucks.com Cojo

    Possible alternate titles for the first sandwich:
    “Mond-rye-on” , “Pita Mondrian”, “Pain de Mondrian”, or “Sconedrian.”

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  • Louise

    Hahaha, I love the christo sandwich!

  • http://www.artsation.com artsation.com

    Very cool idea. Art can look so tasty!!

  • http://www.AmyGuidry.com Amy Guidry

    True to form, did she hire someone else to make the Hirst sandwich?

  • lapetitefaon

    LOL the Christo is amazing! this is so simple and brilliant, love!

  • http://www.zealous.co guy@zealous.co

    The art of food. Thats all kind of tasty! Would love to see the menu for these 😀

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