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Ever since our six-year-old crush on art teacher Miss Hayes, we’ve always liked paintings and drawings and stuff. And ever since we tried a beef paste butty we’ve had nothing but mad love for sandwiches.

So, when we discovered that arty duo Brittany Powell and Tae Kitakata (aka the cleverly titled partnership Low-Commitment Projects) had devised a homage (that’s an arty word, right?) to these twin pleasures we were right on board faster than you can say ‘right on board’.

And yes, you’re right, it is another one of those ‘why didn’t we think of it?’ projects. God damn these clever people.

For more on Low-Commitment Projects look here. More of Brittany’s work can be found at brittanypowell.com.

Mark Rothko

Marcel Duchamp

Gustav Klimt

Jasper Johns

Piet Mondrian

Jackson Pollock

Georgia O'Keefe

Damien Hirst

Christo & Jeanne-Claude

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