If some great artists invited you to brunch, how would you imagine it to be?
Yayoi Kusama, Alexander Calder, Salvador Dalì, Damien Hirst and Cornelia Parker: Kylie Beanpays homage to these great artists in his Artisan Brunchproject.
The London based artist and designer takes inspiration from their well-known artworks to make a series of still life pictures for Kinfolk Magazine, in collaboration with food stylist Lucy-Ruth Hathaway and photographer Aaron Tilley.
To build up his "brunch installations" Kylie Bean uses the iconic elements of brunch (avocado, eggs, sausages, ketchup, bread…) to compose a series of sculptures based on the iconic style of each one of these artists.
The result is a number of pictures that will make you crave brunch and remind you that art can be everywhere, even in the way you serve bacon and eggs.
Enjoy this selection of pictures from Kylie Bean's Artisan Brunch series (click on the images to enlarge).
Image inspired by Yayoi Kusama's famous dots: in Kylie bean brunch installation, they are made of ketchup on bread.
Image inspired by Alexander Calder's installations: pancakes, butter and raspberries are held on suspended sculptures.
Salvador Dalì Image inspired by Salvador Dalì's famous picture "The Persistence of Memory".
Damien Hirst Image inspired by Damien Hirst's formaldehyde cubes, in which Kylie bean preserves an avocado
Cornelia Parker Image inspired by Cornelia Parker's installation: the brunch ingredients are suspended around a light bulb.
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