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There's a pop-up gallery in Old Street where the artwork is made from toast

Isabelle Aron

Thought toast was only good for bacon sandwiches and mopping up baked beans? Apparently not. A pop-up gallery has opened in Old Street station where each artwork uses a slice of toast as its canvas. Using nothing but a humble slice of toast and various toppings, they've re-created famous artworks including Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, The Bedroom by Van Gogh and Water Lilies by Claude Monet. 

Check out more of the loaf-ly artwork:

The exhibition has been commissioned by Tefal and is on show at Unit 8, Old Street Underground station. It's open until 7/30pm tonight, but the artwork will be on display in the window until August 12.

Remember when someone re-created Big Ben out of chips?


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