The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has started a unique project in which guests who visit their cafe are given the chance to eat the art they have viewed in the museum.
Taking famous art pieces from Mondrian and Thiebaud the museum has created some specific dishes that mirror the images created by the artists.
Served in the Blue Bottle Coffee Bar, the dishes cover a range of cuisines and arts. Hirst Cake, Judd Tomato Soup, and Albers Crackers and Cheese are just some of the dishes offered to museum guests as part of this unique project.
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