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Modern Art Sandwiches: Mondrian, Pollock And More (PHOTOS)

01/20/2012 09:08 am 09:08:21 | Updated Jan 24, 2012

If you google "sandwich art," tons of images of expertly-designed sandwiches appear -- everything from a Spongebob Squarehead sandwich to Hello Kitty in bread form. Artist Brittany Powell interpreted "sandwich art" literally; she replicated famous artists' styles by using a slice of bread and some common sandwich ingredients. Powell and former classmate Tae Kitakata started Low-Commitment Projects at the beginning of 2012 -- each Monday they publish a new post on their blog. Here's how they describe their low-commitment venture:

Low-Commitment Projects provides us a chance to share concepts and schemes without a huge outlay of time, energy, or money. These ventures are like the materialization of mental sketches; there's minimal risk because they're quick.

"Sandwich Artist" is one of these projects. It's edible art, literally.

All photos used with permission from Brittany Powell.

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