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Food This Instagrammer Recreates ‘Starry Night’ and The Death Star With Fried Eggs

02:26  03 january  2018
02:26  03 january  2018 Source:   foodandwine.com

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Baldini gave recreating “ Starry Night ” a go herself, layering the white over a fried yolk to get those lively, signature swirls. Baldini has created several fried egg tributes to major food brands, but this rendition of McDonald’s french fries is perhaps the cleverest use of the egg yolk’s natural color to

Baldini gave recreating “ Starry Night ” a go herself, layering the white over a fried yolk to get those lively. TV and film have a rich food history, and A Mexican Instagrammer is creating food art that will make you egg -static. Michele Baldini, a 20-year-old medical student from Mexico is transforming

  This Instagrammer Recreates ‘Starry Night’ and The Death Star With Fried Eggs © Westend61 / Getty Images

A Mexican Instagrammer is creating food art that will make you egg-static. Michele Baldini, a 20-year-old medical student from Mexico is transforming Instagram’s #breakfast tag with her love for a morning dish staple: eggs. Incorporating the protein product into food art—particularly breakfast based creations—isn’t new, but Baldini’s egg-centric approach is both fun and one-of-a-kind in that it relies solely on the egg as artistic material. The young woman behind Instagram’s the_eggsihibit account has fried up more than 40 different artistic egg-pressions (and garnered nearly 10,000 followers since October) using only a black frying pan as her canvas. Her work has included recognizable images from popular culture like Pac-Man and Star Wars, famous food brands like McDonald’s and Starbucks, as well as entire continents and countries.

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The Starry Night is an oil on canvas by the Dutch post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh. Painted in June 1889, it describes the view from the east-facing window of his asylum room at

Food Art. This Instagrammer Recreates ‘ Starry Night ’ and The Death Star With Fried Eggs . A Mexican Instagrammer is creating food art that will make you egg -static. Michele Baldini, a 20-year-old medical student from Mexico is transforming Instagram’s #breakfast tag with her love for a

“It all started when I saw a yin and yang symbol made out of a fried egg. I thought it looked cool so I decided I would give it a shot,” Baldini told theBelfast Telegraph. “It came out quite well, and after that, I just kept getting ideas of things that I thought would look cool made out of eggs.”

While Baldini’s first piece of fried egg art may have been the Yin-Yang symbol, the artist has admitted to playing with other foods to create delicious images. Ultimately though, eggs remain her favorite medium, and once you see what she can do with a yolk and a white, you’ll understand why. Here are 15 of Baldini’s most egg-shattering works of food art.

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