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In Soviet Russia, Toast Makes Toaster

In Which We Don't Make An Obvious Pun

Today in “Things that Impress Us:” Artists Ingrid Falk and Gustavo Aguerre browned 2500 pieces of bread to different levels of crispiness to create this epic (and delicious?) giant mural of a toaster. The piece took two days to create, and, we assume, involved no scraping the black bits off into the sink with a butter knife.

Also if you were working on this, it might be one of the only times in your life when you could genuinely behave in this manner.

(via That’s Nerdalicious)

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