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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Hitler, On Toast

Posted By on Tue, May 11, 2010 at 3:46 PM

Now that street art is ubiquitous in S.F. we wonder well what's next? How about toast art? Back in 2004, some lady claimed her grilled cheese sandwich -- which she had kept for more than a decade -- depicted the Virgin Mary. The sandwich, which (miraculously) didn't go moldy, sold on eBay for $28,000.

The God alligator came to us soon after, and Jesus started getting noticed regularly in trees and plenty of other stuff.

But it's not every day that we find Hitler's visage on breakfast. Is the Führer making a metaphysical comeback? Or is this just the work of some desperate, "edgy" artist in Toronto? You decide.

Ed.: That one on the right with the handlebar mustache looks a bit like a toasted Stalin. Maybe it should be on rye?

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