Elk, bell, apple tell me - apple crosswise

In Siii aroma water with apple flavor, aroma from natural apples is used - which gives a light, fresh and natural apple flavor.

 

The apple is like fruit, one of the most common fruits and there is a sea of ​​varieties in many colors and sizes. Symbolically, it has always had a strong meaning - (not just in the biblical sense). Today, it is used as a symbol or logo in relation to one of the world's largest brands - and if you type "Apple" in Google's search field, you also have to go through more than a few pages before there are search engine results that deal with the fruit itself.

In your face!


The Son of Man (in French: Le fils de l'homme) is a 1946 painting by the Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte. It is perhaps his most famous work of art. Whimsical as it looks, it is taken extremely seriously and recognized as a masterpiece of the surreal painting.

Magritte painted it as a self-portrait. The painting consists of a man in an overcoat and a bowler hat standing in front of a low wall, beyond which is the sea and a cloudy sky. In the middle of the man's face is large floating green apple. One can, however, just sense the man's eyes peeking upwards. Another subtle detail is that the man's left arm appears to bend backwards at the elbow. Numerous comic versions of the work have been made over time - speaking of "Apple" see this one.

Spatula and cake cream

Nastasya Chernogrivova is a Russian woman who simply paints with cakes - or rather, her "works" are cakes. By combining her delicious ingredients with world-famous works of art, she creates cake works with paintings by famous painters such as Degas, Monet, Klimt and Van Gogh.

She has indeed also committed a true cake work by Magrittes The Son of Man - enjoy the sight of all her jewelry cake works here.

Maybe you will be inspired to make your own spatula and cake cream - and create your very own The Son of Man cake works - which can be so conveniently enjoyed with a bottle of chilled Siii ... the one with apple of course!