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Here is a Gorgeous Fashion Spread Where the Clothing is Made of Food [Fashion]

T magazine styled a fashion shoot after Giuseppe Arcimboldo, the 16th Century Italian painter who became the focus of renewed appreciation following the Surrealists' rediscovery of his work. Who's hungry? More »
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Renaissance painter Arcimboldo's fruit and vegetable portraits

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In the late 60th century, Giuseppe Arcimboldo painted witty, surreal portraits of people composed of fruit, vegetables, animals, and everyday objects. Right now, many of those paintings are on display at Washington, DC's National Ga...

Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s The Four Seasons Sculptures by Philip Haas

Humor : Neatorama

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New York City-based photographer Klaus Enrique (previously...

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New York City-based photographer Klaus Enrique (previously featured here) created an awesome series of portraits entitled Arcimboldo. The series was inspired by the works of 16th century Italian painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo, who was ...

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