Artist transforms a loaf of bread into an interactive sculpture

WRONG STORY WRONG ADVERTISEMENT The artist behind a “creative bread” has recreated a loaf by mixing different ingredients to create a unique bread.

The “bread” is made of wheat, rye, barley and sugar, with an ingredient mix that includes cinnamon, cardamom and cloves.

The bread is now being sold at the Creative Loafing at the Contemporary Arts Museum in Atlanta.

It has been created by artist and baker Adam Evers, who describes it as “the world’s first creative bread.”

Evers said he is inspired by the breads of the Middle East.

He wanted to create something that is both functional and a celebration of what bread is, and the bread itself.

Evers told ABC News that bread is a way to bring people together, and to express our culture in a way that is fun and exciting to make.

He said it is a very “mixed bag” of ingredients.

The baker’s bread is designed to be a fun, interactive experience, which will be shared with the public.

It will be available for a limited time for $1.99 and will be made of only organic wheat and rye.

Evers told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that he will be making the bread for about a month, during which time he will sell the bread to the public for $5.

Everse told ABC news that he was inspired to create the bread after he learned that the Middle Eastern countries with the highest prevalence of obesity, diabetes and heart disease have the highest rates of obesity and diabetes.

He added that the bread will be part of an exhibit that will focus on obesity and disease.ABC News reached out to the Creative Bread and the Modern Loaf Factory to see if they could comment on the bread.

A Creative Bread representative did not immediately respond to a request for comment.