Who knew that the art of Vincent Van Gogh could translate so well into a medium like frosting? Gobs and gobs of sweet, sweet frosting. The work by megpi on Flickr looks almost too good to eat. Almost.
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10 thoughts on “Van Gogh’s Paintings as a Cake”
Amazing! I love when people create art that is something more! …And it’s cake! Yum!
I’m no art expert, but I’m pretty sure only the top layer is Van Gogh. The other two layers look like Monet, the middle one being from his haystacks series, and the bottom from his waterlilies series. So my guess is that the cake is supposed to be to an impressionist theme.
Definitely Van Gogh on top, but Monet in the middle and bottom. Haystacks and Waterlillies. Nice catch, Eric.
Fantastic cake! (I have a Starry Night cookie pic in my book, too…and Mondrian, Dali and Picasso marshmallows on my site. Fabulous mediums!)
Actually this cake is both impressionist and post impressionist, because Van Gogh was a post impressionist artist! ^_^
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