catherine mcever: embroidered wonder bread
catherine mcever: embroidered wonder bread
may 14, 2010

catherine mcever: embroidered wonder bread

van gogh’s starry night

’embroidered wonder bread’ made by american artist catherine mcever uses sliced bread and thread to create art. while seemingly empheral, mcever has been able to keep some of these carefully crafted embroidered pieces for over four years.

catherine mcever: embroidered wonder bread ’embroidered wonder  bread’

catherine mcever: embroidered wonder bread detail

catherine mcever: embroidered wonder bread

catherine mcever: embroidered wonder bread

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  • Why?

    Jesus says:
  • “let’s do something that someone has never done before… Ah yes! Lets embroider bread!”

    CH-85 says:
  • If she is going to copy some body else’s work, she should at least propose something different and at least beautiful, this is so random.

    annoyed says:
  • why not?

    Thrilled says:
  • bad copy of something that’s done before:

    mmm says:
  • yeah – y not? ~ Bad artists copy. Great artists steal. by Pablo Picasso

    Casey Chen says:
  • copy? common people! lots of people has been embroidering bread since SEVENTIES!!!!! hellooooo??!!!!

    linda grey says:
  • Can we see the ones she’s kept for four years?

    Jack says:
  • wow guys wow. why? why? this is what makes normal people hate artists.

    annoyed. says:
  • as husband of a fibre artist, i think its quite cool .. who would-a-thought? if only your bread could be preserved as long as a Mickie D’s bun.

    sjr says:
  • Very bad work it’s not art at all

    Missrehama says:
  • Some of you people have no sense of humour, do you?

    TW says:

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