Basque chocolatiers re-create Picasso’s Guernica

A group of chocolatiers in the Basque region of Spain collaborated and designed the world-famous painter Pablo Picasso’s masterpiece Guernica painting as chocolate.

Guernica, one of the most famous paintings in the world and considered one of Picasso’s most important works, was redesigned by a group of 40 Basque chocolatiers from a local association called Euskal Gozogileak. The group worked extensively on Guernica, which is made up of chocolate. Composed of chocolate, Guernica will tour several cities as part of an exhibition.