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Famous Art Re-Imagined As Snacks At San Francisco Museum Of Art (PHOTOS)

The pastry chefs at Blue Bottle Coffee Bar at the San Francisco Museum of Art say it's the art around them that inspired a range of dishes that look like, well, art.

Caitlin Freeman and her team have created a menu that includes dishes that look like famous pantings, including works by Mark Rothko, Donald Judd and Damien Hirst. Freeman is also the author of Modern Art Desserts, a cookbook that's set to hit shelves on April 16.

Check out Freeman's work in the gallery below, and scroll down further for a video featuring another creation -- a Mondrian cake.

[H/T Neatorama]

Mark Rothko's "No.14 1960"

Dishes That Look Like Artwork

CORRECTION: A previous version of this article misprinted the name of the artist Donald Judd as Nelson Judd. HuffPost regrets the error.

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