Breakfast, lunch and dinner: The titles an artist chose for the project cover all three meals.

Each serving of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” fulfills 55 percent of your daily recommended value of humor and 85 percent of your delight. It’s also a good source of irony.

They say you cant judge a book by its cover. But what if its contents and ingredients were listed in the same way as food labels, along with percentages of daily recommended amounts? As part of her very clever Food for Thought series, designer Maria Mordvintseva-Keeler took book-cover design to a whole new level — a whole new format, actually — by rendering three iconic novels in the style of Heinzs iconic soup cans: Truman Capotes Breakfast at Tiffanys, William Burroughs’s Naked Lunch and Anne Tylers Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant.

Each cans illustrated label is loaded up with information about the novels content, from characters and page count (serving size) to daily values of humor and irony. The colorful illustrations and typefaces also make great kitchen art. No word yet if Hemingways A Moveable Feast or Vonneguts Breakfast of Champions are lined up for the series. 

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