This Artist Offers Piles Of Burgers To The Masterpieces Of Painting – Design You Trust

This Artist Offers Piles Of Burgers To The Masterpieces Of Painting

With The Burger Friday, the artist Gabriel Nardelli Araujo (previously featured) offers a very offbeat spin-off to his excellent series The Canvas Project. Accustomed to inserting Renaissance paintings into our reality, he now enjoys offering piles of burgers and fries to the characters of classical painting, bringing a large dose of saturated fats and junk food to the masterpieces of the art history.

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