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A Paradise For All Hipsters – Gluten Free Art Museum

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A Paradise For All Hipsters – Gluten Free Art Museum

Internet is full of wonders. A French graphic artist Arthur Coulet has created a Tumblr called the Gluten-Free Museum that removes everything containing gluten from famous classical paintings. It’s a paradise for every food-conscious hipster.

Coulet decided to airbrush all wheat-containing products out of classic paintings and film stills, not to make fun of the gluten-free movement, but as “a joke”. The idea first came to him when he noticed gluten-free ads, but he does not follow a gluten-free diet himself.


Though most of these people don’t actually need to avoid gluten, the growing popularity of gluten-free food has caused an explosion in food choices. Enjoy!

The Milkmaid

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Jean Siméon Chardin


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Vincent van Gogh

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Jean-François Millet


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Giuseppe Arcimboldo

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Caravaggio


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Grant Wood

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Anne Ancher


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Edouard Manet

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Paul Cezanne

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Pieter Breughel

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More info: Tumblr (h/t: dangerousminds)

 

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