“At the “GardenLAb Expiriment”, an exhibit that was held recently at Los Angeles’s Art Center College of Design, numerous artists commented on the relationship of the city’s urban citizens and environment to it’s natural forces and elements. There were eco-shelters, urban homesteads, and even a classroom for corn, but far and away our favorite piece was a portrait of George W. made up of “pixels” of bread, each loaf representing a different one of his environmental policies. As the bread becomes moldly, each loaf fights to take over the portrait. How appropriate.”

[Via Treehugger]