Food is enjoyable in every shape and form, but can you imagine food as art? Artists and creators have been experimenting with their paintings in recent times. Rather than landscapes or portraits, these painters are featuring food as the subject of their creations. These tantalising paintings have become very popular in the recent past and have sent the internet into a collective meltdown. And this time was no different! Recently, an oil and digital painter, Alai Ganuza, took to Twitter to share a painting of sunny side up eggs. The amazing painting left the internet mesmerised and went viral for all the right reasons. Take a look:
The oil painting by Alai Ganuza went viral on Twitter, receiving over 163k likes and 14k retweets. It was a beautiful square-shaped canvas featuring a pan with sunny-side-up eggs. The incredible detailing in the image made it seem life-like and quite tempting too.
A number of Twitter users reacted to the stunning artwork that perfectly captured one of the quintessential breakfast meals. "I never imagined I would say that, what beautiful eggs," wrote one user in the comments while another said, "Sunny art up!"
Take a look at the reactions to the picture:
I really like this. You fluorescent skillet is killing it. It has such a striking, almost figurative look, like a portrait of a breakfast. Seriously, nice picture— Brandon Cornwell (@admythos1) May 22, 2022
CAN I BUY THAT PAINTING FROM YOU— Oat Milk (@badgalsarini) May 21, 2022
Ngl I thought this was a painting of a painting in a paint room— Dontmindme (@lateriguesslol) May 22, 2022
THATS SO BEAUTIFUL— twoja stara (@stylesssowa34) May 22, 2022
do you recommend any resources for anyone who wants to start painting? i have no experience with it at all, but would really like to start— luiza (@nocntxtluiza) May 21, 2022
This is not the only time an oil painting has gone viral. Recently, another Twitter artist had created amazing canvas paintings of sandwiches, cinnamon rolls and more delicious everyday treats. The artworks went viral and made Twitter drool.
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Even Indian artists aren't far behind when it comes to creating paintings based on food. Recently, a woman's Pav Bhaji painting had left the internet stunned. Find out more at the link here.
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