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'Gluten Free Museum' Dishes Grain-Free Art on Tumblr

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'Gluten Free Museum' Dishes Grain-Free Art on Tumblr
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A mysterious blogger with impeccable taste in art is causing a stir with the Gluten Free Museum, a new Tumblr featuring iconic masterpieces expertly recreated to replace any trace of grains.

That means wheat, bread, pasta and beer are barred from the Gluten Free Museum. The result? A provocative display of classical paintings from Vermeer, Caravaggio and Van Gogh and others digitally recreated without gluten. The collection also includes modern art works by Matt Groening, Quentin Tarantino and Disney.

Many people on a gluten-free diet already live without bread, pasta and cake but to see this lifestyle played out as food art is really quite fun. So far, the creator of the Gluten Free Museum has remained anonymous but we'll update you if that changes.

Check out some grain-free art below but swing by Tumblr to see more amazing gluten-free masterpieces.

JEFF KOONS - Celebration, 1994

ROBERT DOISNEAU - Le Pains de Picasso, 1952

MICHELANGELO MERISI DA CARAVAGGIO - Supper at Emmaus, 1601-1602

MATT GROENING - The Simpsons, 1989-present

GIUSEPPE ARCIMBOLDO - Summer, 1572 

WALT DISNEY - Lady and the Tramp, 1955

QUENTIN TARANTINO - Pulp Fiction, 1994

pictured up top: Johannes Vermeer - The Milkmaid, 1657-1658

Via First We Feast

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