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Knife Art

Knife art is a form of blade art that is used widely in kitchens and other room around the home. This art category doesn't only include cutlery of the butter knife variety, however. It also includes the knives that are used for the preparation of food. These works can be graphic or representational in nature and are a highly popular option for people who are looking for 'edgy' style that has a lot of versatility to offer.

Knife art has been pursued by several modern artists. Like most artwork featuring cutlery, there are a diverse range of culinary subjects to choose from, whether the subject is fine dining or homely locales. However, there is one important difference when it comes to knife art: the blade. Because of the graphic and psychological effect on people who see the sharp blades in this art category, many artists decide to use this dramatically appealing item as its own subject, rather than as a symbol of food. This means that, unlike spoon or fork art, there's a place for knife art outside of the kitchen.

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Knife Artwork

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Bon Appetit Cutlery Grey
by Color Me Happy
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Modern Cooking
by Aimee Wilson
12" x 12"
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Bon Appetit Cutlery Beige
by Color Me Happy
10" x 10"
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Knives
by Mike Feeley
10" x 8"
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by Sabine Berg
11" x 14"
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Retro Diner Time to Eat
by Michael Mullan
16" x 20"
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Rose Garden Utensils I
by Lisa Audit
12" x 15"
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Invitation (Spanish)
by Danny Hahlbohm
8" x 10"
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Indigo Spoon Fork Knife
by Linda Woods
16" x 16"
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The Garden of Earthly Delights: Hell, right wing of triptych, detail of ears with a knife, c.1500
by Hieronymus Bosch
24" x 18"
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Antique Knife Fork and Spoon
by Tom Quartermaine
16" x 12"
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Dinner Conversation I
by Color Bakery
16" x 16"
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Knives
by Jo Moulton
8" x 10"
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Floral Knife
by Joan elan Davis
12" x 36"
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Breakfast
by Sabine Berg
12" x 15"
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Antique Collection I
by Assaf Frank
24" x 12"
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Antique Collection I
by Assaf Frank
24" x 12"
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Knife
by Tandi Venter
8" x 16"
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Dining Utensils
by Tamara Robinson
10" x 14"
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Dining Utensils
by Tamara Robinson
16" x 20"
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Dining Room
by Tamara Robinson
16" x 20"
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Dinner
by Sabine Berg
12" x 15"
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Lunch
by Sabine Berg
12" x 15"
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Welcome
by ALI Chris
16" x 16"
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Kitchen Words III
by Pela Studio
10" x 25"
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Bon Appetit
by Genesis Duncan
12" x 15"
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French Silverware
by Linda Woods
12" x 16"
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French Knife
by Linda Woods
12" x 16"
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Knife
by Charlene Audrey
8" x 10"
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Bon Appetit II
by Color Bakery
16" x 15"
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Bon Appetit I
by Color Bakery
16" x 15"
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Ornate Cutlery III
by Ethan Harper
12" x 24"
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Ornate Cutlery on Black III
by Ethan Harper
12" x 24"
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Cafe
by Lanie Loreth
12" x 12"
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Silverware I
by Sabine Berg
11" x 14"
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Andy Warhol, the famous pop artist, was fascinated with the graphic possibilities of culinary knives and made several different studies of them in 1981 and '82. Although these works aren't as well-known as his art depicting celebrities and mass-consumerism, they possess a wide range of possibility, color, and different pop art styles.

Another artist that depicted knives as a subject of their own was Erin Clark. Her work 'Sharp Edges' is portrayed in shades of black and gray on a white background and exudes equal amounts of intimacy and menace as the sharp aggression of the upright blades contrasts with the familiarity of the subject matter.

Knife art is a category that lends itself to graphic depiction which, in turn, gives this art many unique possibilities in the field of interior design. Its combination of shock value and familiar appeal make knife art perfect for modern styles that want to add some rebellious flair to their decor options.
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