‘It was just a way to have fun with the kids and also start my creative juices before work. I had already been making their lunches, and I experimented with a few things.
‘They love it, and nothing makes me happier than hearing their reaction at the end of the day.’
The Massachusetts resident began sharing the photos online as a way of documenting the artwork which began with the designer attempting to draw directly onto the bread using food colouring (unsuccessfully).
‘At first it was just red and black markers,’ David says. ‘Then I got more colours and got more creative.
‘It’s been almost five years now, and it’s like 1,082 bags and counting.’
After his work featured on the official Sharpie blog he began to be contacted by people from all over the world impressed with the artwork.
‘In November 2012, I probably I had 100,000 views total in four years,’ he says.
‘Then I started getting noticed more and more and in February of 2013, it got doubled to 600,000. It’s just incredible!’
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