Edible Art

At the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, visitors can both see and eat famous art pieces.

The Blue Bottle Coffee Bar on the rooftop of the museum has a menu that is inspired by art, such as Mondrian cake and Jeff Koons white hot chocolate. The latest dishes include Rothko toast and jams, Judd tomato soup and Hirst cake. Each dish on the menu is presented with the given artwork in mind, proving that even simple food, like tomato soup, can be art.

Source: Design Taxi

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