Sunday, September 28, 2008

Redneck Art made with BBQ Ribs

Ha! William sent me this great link for another food art blog entry.....BBQ sauce! The You Tube video is fun....I wasn't sure where they were going for a bit, but then it all started coming together. This would be a monochromatic painting, using tints and shades of the same hue, art students!

14 comments:

Roman M 4th said...

This is awesome. Its amazing to see what inspires artists.

moncerrad said...

moncerrad e 2nd

I love food and i love art so this is like a.w.e.s.o.m.e!

Anonymous said...

ummm... Well I don't like meat.
AT ALL.
Because meat is murder.
Hahaa

No, even though I hate meat, this was a really interesting picture.
I like it.

Taylor Hutchison
4th period

Anonymous said...

Liam M., 2nd period.

Hey! Meat.
Yummy?......or
DEADLY?

Good picture, though.

William Oliver Mills IV said...

Because I suggested this, I obviously think this is an awesome piece. I love ribs, and I wish I could do art like this! For awhile there, I thought the plate was going to be the moon. It's unpredictable to know what the artist is doing, unless you already know. It's neat how this also pertains to our cool theme of life in the south!

reggis G 4th said...

reggis G 4th

This art is cool because I would be cool to eat

Anonymous said...

I love your blog! There are so many creative pieces of art here. I truely enjoy the different pieces shown on your blog. I cant wait to see the ones to come!
Carmen Maciel
4th Period

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Benji C. 2 said...

that meat looks so real..im serious...that's really cool

Theo Adama said...

This is awesome. It's a barbecue masterpiece. If only I could smell it...

Theo
1st period

franco b. 1st said...

Man... Now I'm hungry. And I want some ribs, too...

tori z 2nd said...

tori z 2nd

I like meat. The art is very interesting, not something I'd expect. For a minute I thought it was just some food on a plate.

Jonathan Hong period 2 said...

Wow this art's really cool. It shows that art can be made with anything, even barbeque ribs. I think this is really cool and it probably smells like barbeque which makes it that much better.

Kaylyn said...

Its amazing seeing some of the things people use to make art. For some reason this kind of reminds me of the time a was playing with the rest of the ranch dressing on my plate during dinner and ending up painting a dog chasing a cat on my plate. (I used my carrots to manipulate the dressing) Only mine wasn't nearly as cool at this! Not by a long shot. Haha