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Student Of Japanese Culinary School Recreate Mona Lisa Painting Using Over 2000 Bread Slices

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Student Of Japanese Culinary School Recreate Mona Lisa Painting Using Over 2000 Bread Slices
Cover Photo Credit: nakamura_culinary_school/Instagram

Student Of Japanese Culinary School Recreate Mona Lisa Painting Using Over 2000 Bread Slices

A students of a cooking and confectionery school in Fukuoka recreated the Leonardo Da Vinci’s "Mona Lisa" painting using only bread slices, over 2,200 slices of bread were used.

Credit: Photo Credit: nakamura_culinary_school/Instagram
The art is exceeding 2 meters in height, and it was completed in around two months by a group of around 30 students. The painting will be released at the annual school festival "Nakamura Festival" for the public to see.

Portions of bread, some white and some black, with the last containing cocoa powder. They dried the bread and trimmed off the crusts, and loaves were sliced. Then they arranged it on a plywood to form an image of Mona Lisa. 

"We could re-create Mona Lisa while making the most of the bread's characteristics. For example, we used various shades of brown, which we produced by toasting the slices differently," said Akari Nagata, 19, the leader of the student group. 

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