I hate eating the last crust of bread. It's usually all dry and stale and too chewy for words. And I am here to testify that it DOES NOT make your hair go curly. That's a complete fib. (Although luckily it has not put hairs on my chest either - which is what I suspect my brother was promised)
However, I can't quite bring myself to throw it away either. That would be wasteful...and I can see my Grandad's disapproving face hovering over my shoulder.
So the compromise is to leave it in the bag until it goes green...and then throw it away. Well, I couldn't possibly eat it in that state.
This slice hasn't quite reach the interesting moldy stage, but unfortunately a day under the studio lights has turned it rigid. I think its going to have to be consigned to the bin
Description : charcoal, pastel and chalk still life drawing of a plastic bread bag and the last dry crust.
This charcoal still life drawing is part of the “Carbon Footprints” series.