Forget Eggs Benedict. It turns out that the most decadent breakfast these days is a plate of Louis Vuitton waffles.
A Los Angeles-based artist, Andrew Lewicki, has created a waffle maker that is embossed with the French fashion house's trademark monogram logo.
The design, which, unfortunately, is not in production, is able to stamp the logo into waffle dough mix as it cooks, thus creating the most stylish waffles ever created.
While we have seen novelty accessories that imprint objects like toast and ice, and even waffle irons that feature child-friendly characters, this is no doubt the most fashionable breakfast accessory ever created.
Of course, the creative mind of Mr Lewicki is not limited to breakfast.
The artist, who received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2007 from Los Angeles' Otis College of Art and Design, created a manhole cover that resembled an Oreo cookie in 2010.
It measured 28inches in diameter and was cast in iron.
That same year, he created a crate of 'oranges' made from concrete.
Other clever creations include giant Lego pieces made from concrete, gold bars made entirely from gold-coloured Crayola crayons, an enamel orange juicer that doubles as an ash tray and a single-bar, gold-plated skate ramp.
The artist told Huhmagazine.co.uk: 'I love corny jokes, and enjoy witty humor and puns. I also get obsessed with materials and methods of fabrication and manufacturing.'
Fans of the new waffle maker work have taken to Twitter to express their delight over the design - and desire to have the product mass-produced.
One fan, @JenMueller11, posted: 'I'd probably splurge on this before I splurged on a handbag'.
Another user, @FoodShootrsite, wrote: 'Dammit, Why Can't This Louis Vuitton Waffle Maker Just Be a Real Product?'
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