Bread Sculptures

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Most people are taught as children not to  play with their food. But one sculptor has made an artwork out of it.

Instead of using her loaf to make sandwiches,  Polish-born artist Milena Korolczuk spent hours painstakingly creating intricate  busts of faces of cultural icons from pieces of bread.

Incredibly lifelike and detailed depictions  of rapper Jay Z, artist Andy Warhol, and even ancient philosopher Plato were  carved from crusts.

Intricate: Rather than eating her sandwiches, Polish artist Milena Korolczuk has recently taken to transforming them into tiny sculptures including this one of Prometheus
Rather than eating her sandwiches, Polish  artist Milena Korolczuk has recently taken to transforming them into tiny  sculptures including this one of Prometheus

 

Intricate: Ms Korolczuk creates her sculptures, including this one of John Malkovich, entirely from Wonder Bread 
Ms Korolczuk creates her sculptures,  including this one of John Malkovich, entirely from Wonder Bread

 

Jay-Z
Polish author Witold Gombrowicz
 Rapper Jay-Z, above, and Polish author  Witold Gombrowicz, below, are among Milena Korolczuk’s creations

Ms Korolczuk’s stunning sculptures feature a  range of celebrities and famous names.

But while some, such as Jay-Z and Andy  Warhol, are instantly recognisable, some are perhaps less well known.

Her work includes the faces of German  mathematician and astronomer August Ferdinand Mobius and Polish novelist Witold  Gombrowicz.

She also includes mythological figures such  as Prometheus.

Good enough to eat: Russian revolutionary Vladimir Lenin is featured in Ms Korolczuk's collection
Good enough to eat: Russian revolutionary Vladimir Lenin  is featured in Ms Korolczuk’s collection

 

August Ferdinand Mobius
Plato
 German mathematician and astronomer August  Ferdinand Mobius, top, and philosopher Plato, below, are pictured

As well as a range of famous faces, Ms  Korolczuk also carved her very own version of Stonehenge, in Wiltshire, from the  food.

She even created her own tiny version of the  Earth itself.

Her creations are made entirely using balled  up bits of Wonder Bread.

Not just a pretty face: Ms Korolczuk also created her own version of Stonehenge in Wiltshire from bread
Ms Korolczuk also created her  own version of Stonehenge in Wiltshire from bread

 

Using her loaf: As well as instantly recognisable faces from the world of pop, Ms Korolczuk also created her own version of performance artiste Marina Abramovic
As well as instantly recognisable faces  from the world of pop, Ms Korolczuk also created her own version of performance  artiste Marina Abramovic

Little is known about Ms Korolczuk, though  she is said to be better known among art circles for her film and photography  that any sculpture work.

Although she works from her home in Oakland,  California, Ms Korolczuk originally hails from Podlasie Zabludow in north east  Poland.

She graduated from the Poznan University of  Fine Arts in 2010.

Pop art: Ms Korolczuk's miniature version of artist Andy Warhol
Ms Korolczuk’s miniature version of artist Andy  Warhol

 

Quite a character: Entertainment giant Walt Disney is made out of bread
Entertainment giant Walt Disney is  made out of bread

Attribution: Steve Nolan, Mail Online

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