Gluten Free Museum: A new Tumblr blog edits the gluten out of art.

Finally, We Can Enjoy Our Greatest Works of Art Without Gluten

Finally, We Can Enjoy Our Greatest Works of Art Without Gluten

Brow Beat
Slate's Culture Blog
April 3 2015 6:35 PM

Finally, We Can Enjoy Our Greatest Works of Art Without Gluten

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“Pilgrimage of Our Lord to Emmaus,” by Caravaggio, with gluten.

Photo by ALAIN JOCARD/AFP/Getty Images

Gluten is by now firmly cemented as our most infamous nutritional bête noir, even if most people can’t actually explain it. But even the staunchest gluten-free evangelists have, up til this point, missed another carb-contaminated industry: art. Luckily, a Gluten Free Museum has been created on Tumblr for those who just can’t stomach the idea of gluten in their favorite works of art.

In photos that span the worlds of high art, television, film and even advertising, Gluten Free Museum rids cultural artifacts of their carbs.

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Look at all this gluten! Luckily for our digestive systems, now it’s been replaced with grass.

Why eat spaghetti when you can stare, spaghetti-less, into each others’ eyes?

And donuts? No thanks.

Here are a few more of our favorites: