If someone ever told you not to play with your food, you were lied to. Turns out you can easily design your food into recognizable masterpieces. Way cheaper than to ingest the real thing, amirite?!
This article highlights what would happen to a Thanksgiving dinner plate if your family’s crazy Uncle Jerry was actually Mondrian, van Gogh, or Pollock. Good!, because I’m all about playing with my food.
Picasso / the one I’ll be recreating.
Katy Perry’s latest video “This is How We Do” dropped yesterday. Spoiler: She channels a whole lotta Mondrian. Well, guess, what girlfriend?! This isn’t original. Don’t get me wrong, I love a solid geometric print, but it’s been done!
So, drumroll please…When it comes to Mondrian, Katy Perry did it.
Nike did it.
L’Oreal’s packaging department in the 80s did it.
During Tour de France in the 80s, cycling team La Vie Clair did it.
Vogue, using Yves Saint Laurent’s shift dress in 1965, did it.
I mean, for crying out loud, Katy, Urban Outfitters did it.
Looks like we can’t have our cake and eat it too.