Great Works of Art Turned into Edible Simpsons Characters

Sadly, Sam Simon, one of the creators of The Simpsons, has terminal colorectal cancer. To raise awareness for this affliction and celebrate 25 years of Simon's most famous television show, bakers made sugar-based images and sculptures of characters from The Simpsons. They call the project Simpsononymous. These edible works of art resemble classic works of non-edible art, such as Salvador Dali's The Persistence of Memory.

The pop culture baking blog Between the Pages has roundups of photos from the event. You can view them here and here and here.

(Tournée du Chat Noir by Theophile Alexadre Steinlen)

(The Two Fridas by Frida Kahlo)

(The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli)

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