One of the most fun things about art is that these days, it can be almost anything. For instance, even food can be considered to be a form of art. Apparently, people can create truly impressive masterpieces using simple things that we eat every day without giving it a second thought. Even if it's just a recreation of a famous painting in a form of a... sandwich.

Some time ago, a German Twitter user @MlleReadOn started a fun thread under a hashtag #KunstGeschichteAlsBrotbelag  (which loosely translates as "art history as a sandwich") inviting people to recreate famous paintings on a piece of toast. As always, the internet delivered. These reinterpretations include such classic artworks as da Vinci's Mona Lisa, van Gogh's Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear and Pipe, Klimt's The Kiss and many more.

With that being said, Bored Panda invites you to look through some of the most creative famous painting recreations as sandwiches. 

#1

Gustav Klimt - 'The Kiss' (1907)

Gustav Klimt - 'The Kiss' (1907)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

This. Is. Wonderful. Gastronomical masterpiece!

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#2

Paul Klee - 'Signs In Yellow' (1937)

Paul Klee - 'Signs In Yellow' (1937)

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Queen fhk
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1 year ago

Masterpiece

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#3

Salvador Dalí - 'The Persistence Of Memory' (1931)

Salvador Dalí - 'The Persistence Of Memory' (1931)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

I can’t tell the difference! Lol

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#4

Vincent Willem Van Gogh - 'Starry Night' (1889)

Vincent Willem Van Gogh - 'Starry Night' (1889)

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Patroler
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1 year ago

I would like to know ingredients of that great looking sandwich

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#5

Albrecht Dürer - 'Portrait Of Barbara Dürer' (1490)

Albrecht Dürer - 'Portrait Of Barbara Dürer' (1490)

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1 year ago

I love the head

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#6

John William Waterhouse - 'Mermaid' (1901)

John William Waterhouse - 'Mermaid' (1901)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

Both of them are masterpieces

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#7

Johannes Vermeer - 'Girl With A Pearl Earring' (1665)

Johannes Vermeer - 'Girl With A Pearl Earring' (1665)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

Scarlett Johansson, what happened to you?

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#8

Banksy - 'Girl With Balloon' (2002)

Banksy - 'Girl With Balloon' (2002)

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BoredPanda is awesome
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1 year ago

amazing. really nice

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#9

Piet Mondrian - 'Composition II With Red Blue And Yellow' (1930)

Piet Mondrian - 'Composition II With Red Blue And Yellow' (1930)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

Close enough

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#10

Wassily Kandinsky - 'Squares With Concentric Circles' (1913)

Wassily Kandinsky - 'Squares With Concentric Circles' (1913)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

Can anybody tell me, please, which one is the original artwork?

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#11

Edward Hopper - 'Nighthawks' (1942)

Edward Hopper - 'Nighthawks' (1942)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

I don't know how it tastes, but as an culinary artwork it's wonderful. No doubt

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#12

Vincent Van Gogh - 'Self-Portrait With Bandaged Ear And Pipe' (1889)

Vincent Van Gogh - 'Self-Portrait With Bandaged Ear And Pipe' (1889)

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Who? Me?
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1 year ago

Van Gogh today looking at his haters and people who called him mad

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#13

Frida Kahlo - 'Self-Portrait With Thorn Necklace And Hummingbird' (1940)

Frida Kahlo - 'Self-Portrait With Thorn Necklace And Hummingbird' (1940)

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Ava Musselman
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1 year ago

it looks so cool.. but idk if i would exactly EAT it

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#14

Leonardo Da Vinci - 'Mona Lisa' (1503-1506)

Leonardo Da Vinci - 'Mona Lisa' (1503-1506)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

May I have Mona Lisa? With blue cheese instead of broccoli, please!

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#15

Leonardo Da Vinci - 'The Last Supper' (1490s)

Leonardo Da Vinci - 'The Last Supper' (1490s)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

Loool

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#16

Leonardo Da Vinci - 'Vitruvian Man' (1490)

Leonardo Da Vinci - 'Vitruvian Man' (1490)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

The only difference I can spot in those two artworks, is that in the first one that portrayed guy is looking strait in the "camera", and in the second one his head is turned on his right side 🤣

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#17

Fernando Botero - 'Woman Stapling Her Bra' (1980)

Fernando Botero - 'Woman Stapling Her Bra' (1980)

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Patroler
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1 year ago

Great!

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#18

Albrecht Dürer - 'Young Hare' (1502)

Albrecht Dürer - 'Young Hare' (1502)

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chrissy
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1 year ago

jeesh that's good. can anyone tell me what the hare is made out of in the sandwich?

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#19

Mark Rothko - Untitled (Yellow And Blue) (1954)

Mark Rothko - Untitled (Yellow And Blue) (1954)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

They are completely the same The only difference is that in the second one the yellow is not yellow, and blue is not blue. Well, also in first picture we don't have brown background, but that's not such a big problem 🤣

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#20

Leonardo Da Vinci - 'Mona Lisa' (1503-1506)

Leonardo Da Vinci - 'Mona Lisa' (1503-1506)

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Kathy Brown
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1 year ago

lovely.

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#21

Vincent Willem Van Gogh - 'Self-Portrait' (1889)

Vincent Willem Van Gogh - 'Self-Portrait' (1889)

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Bardhi's Dad
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1 year ago

I like this! That cook have artistic sense, definitely

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#22

Sandro Botticelli - 'The Birth Of Venus' (1480s)

Sandro Botticelli - 'The Birth Of Venus' (1480s)

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Patroler
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1 year ago

Nom nom nom

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#23

Hokusai - 'The Great Wave Off Kanagawa' (1829-1833)

Hokusai - 'The Great Wave Off Kanagawa' (1829-1833)

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Amazon QT
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1 year ago

Without the original artwork I would not have known what this one was...

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#24

Mark Rothko - 'Light Cloud, Dark Cloud' (1957)

Mark Rothko - 'Light Cloud, Dark Cloud' (1957)

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Susan Williams
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1 year ago

Another cheater who chose an easy one.

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#25

Johannes Vermeer - 'Girl With A Pearl Earring' (1665)

Johannes Vermeer - 'Girl With A Pearl Earring' (1665)

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Kathy Brown
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1 year ago

Cool.

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