Nov 27, 2014  •  In Art/Design, Food

How Famous Artists Would Arrange Their Thanksgiving Plates

Happy Thanksgiving! In honor of the holiday, I’d like to share with you a series of photographs by Hannah Rothstein. Each picture depicts theatrical plate stylings from some of the most recognizable names in art.

I’m a bit bummed that my two favorite artists (Modigliani and Kandinsky) weren’t included, but I gotta admit that each arrangement is beautifully and accurately executed when you consider the limitations of the medium.

Piet Mondrian:
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René Magritte:
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Mark Rothko:
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Vincent van Gogh:
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Pablo Picasso:
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Jackson Pollock:
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Julian Schnabel:
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Georges Seurat:
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Andy Warhol:
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Cindy Sherman:
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Prints of the plates are available, and 10% of the proceeds will go to the SF-Marin Food Bank.

I hope you all have a happy, healthy, and memorable Thanksgiving!

Via Colossal.

2 Responses to “How Famous Artists Would Arrange Their Thanksgiving Plates”

  1. Van Gogh’s plate looks deliciously pretty. :)

  2. This is great. Just stumbled on to your site via a post from a friend on FB. Looking forward to reading through it, especially the Bloggy Thursday posts.

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