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Not All Those Who Wonder are Bread

Wonder Bread has been in our lives since the 1920s, its primary-colored packaging a classic sign that lunch is on the way. However, for these artists, Wonder Bread is more than the vessel for a peanut butter and fluff sandwich.

Artist Catherine McEver uses slices of Wonder Bread as a canvas to embroider upon.

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Bread and embroidery may not be a typical pairing, but the outcome is rather “bread”-taking.

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Recycling aficionado, Diane Kurzyna, goes for the gluten-free approach when using Wonder Bread bags for her art. The artist utilizes the bags to create sculptures of humans and animals.

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Milena Korolczuk smushes slices into intricate busts. These guys have some serious bread head.

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