Aug 17, 2017 | By Quentin Humphrey
Mar 07, 2016
The deliciously creepy Break Bread art show featured cake inspired stilettos, firearms, chandeliers, and cakes with fangs bringing a new meaning to the word ‘sweet-tooth’ unfortunately for us none was edible.
Made up of a tour through ‘six-chambers’ by Scott Hove and Baker’s Son filled with everything from tech based mirror mazes to an ice cream truck and amazing, inspiring cake decorated art. The 7,500 ft walking tour has been described as a “Hood Candyland” meeting that reputation in many different ways.
Walking through the rooms is perhaps the closest we will get to a Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory tour, although at this hood candyland all art and rooms are acrylic or watercolor media and available for purchase.
We can still dream right? We rounded-up a few of our deliciously-favourite pieces from the show.
Break Bread runs through March 13, 2016 at the Think Tank Gallery in downtown LA.
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