Picasso's Guernica Recreated in Chocolate

May 5 2021

Video: Telemadrid

Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

Confectioners in Spain have been busy creating an enormous copy of Pablo Picasso's 1937 masterpiece Guernica. The recreation was produced to mark the 85th anniversary of of the bombing that inspired the work.

Although 1,102 pounds of chocolate was used to make this copy Lorena Gomez, president of the Basque Federation of Sweet Artisan Gastronomy, has answered the question we all want to know:

It cannot be eaten, as it has suffered a lot of temperature change and is gathering dust.

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