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Food Stains Can Be Beautiful. For This Artist, It’s Just a Matter of Perspective

When you accidentally spill your food or drink, you might feel the urgency to clean it up right away to avoid stubborn stains or to save your important things from getting wet. However, this Italian fine arts graduate is different.

Giulia Bernardelli sees opportunities in food messes as she transforms the stains or drippings into incredibly intricate paintings.


Redefining table manners by changing our perception of “playing with food”, this 27-year-old artist has no struggle turning her breakfast into pretty amazing pieces of art.


Using spilt coffee or chocolate, cookie crumbs and sometimes, melted ice cream as ink, Bernardelli creates delectable artistic canvases.


With her incredible gift of imagination, she can effortlessly compose portraits, animals and nature using almost anything on her dining table, and make it appear like they were just accidental.


Trusting her instincts, she told Huffington Post France, “When I drink coffee, I reflect on the nuances that I could create if I flipped it on the table. At breakfast, I can imagine the footprints left by a cat who walked into the jam.”


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(h/t: boredpanda)

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Written by Anne Cacherell

Anne Cacherell is a viral buzz maker who loves to write about inspiring and interesting stories for healthy public consumption. She is currently based in the twin tropical island paradise of Trinidad & Tobago.


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