Russia-based photographer Tatiana Shkondina loves food arranging. In fact, she's becoming famous for making her food creations resemble famous artwork. Can you recognize these art pieces au naturale?

The Designer's Eye

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Shkondina had created many pieces already for different projects, like this, a woman made out of veggies for a piece in a men's magazine. It's no shock that she turned her skills to other projects. Namely: art recreations.

Pablo Picasso


How eloquently she expresses a copy of "Dove of Peace," a 1949 painting by the one and only Pablo Picasso.



Wassily Kandinsky's "A Few Laps" is all about the circles. What better way to recreate this than with a delicious fruit ensemble?

Van Gogh Gets Cheesy


Van Gogh's "Sunflowers" looks amazing! Plus, green peppers never did anyone wrong (anyone who isn't allergic, that is.)

So Much Caviar


A lot of black caviar? Pricey. Turning it into Malevich's Black Square? Priceless.



"The Son of Man" by René Magritte does have an apple, but in this, it has two as well as many well-placed eggplants.

Klimt's Tree Of Life


The pasta in the details of Klimt's "Tree Of Life" are incredibly delicate! We can't believe she painstakingly curled all these noodles.


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"Woman in Red in the Forest" by Henri Rousseau uses herbs, peppers, even a red pepper for the woman herself.



To get the linear grouping of "Composition with Large Red Plane, Yellow, Black, Gray, and Blue" by Piet Mondrian, a regimented watermelon, crackers, and swiss cheese mix was employed.

Starry Night


"Starry Night" by Vincent Van Gogh transforms into swirls of blueberries, black beans, even wild rice!

Deli Dali


"The Persistence Of Memory" by Salvador Dalí is actually not gouda cheese, like some of us thought. It's sesame, rolls, pasta, and cinnamon.

Dolla Dolla Bills, Y'all


Andy Warhol's "Dollar Sign" is alive with these brussel sprouts.

Dollar Sign


The quadrant combines dollars made of broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower.

Katsushika Hokusai


This version of "South Wind. Clear Sky (Red Fuji)" is admirably recreated with black rice and salmon. Delicious, but we hope we don't have to smell this one in person!