Body Parts Made From Bread Make Us Turn Down Lunch Invitation
Fine artist Kittiwat Unarrom, who also helps run his family's bakery in Ratchaburi, Thailand, has found an unsettling method of combining his two trades.
Since 2006, Unarrom has used dough to create crazy-creepy and realistic renditions of heads, feet, hands, arms, and other body parts he calls, "Human Bread." Created as both edible and non-edible, Unarrom's works are popular with individuals as well as restaurants and are packaged like real food.
"When people see the bread, they don't want to eat it," says Unarrom. "But when they taste it, it's just normal bread. The lesson is 'don't judge just by outer appearances'."
And here's the best part: If you're in Unarrom's hometown, you can take a Human Bakery Day Tour where you can tour his studio and have some lunch afterward -- lunch!
Want more? Watch a Human Bakery video after the jump.
Via: Cool Hunting
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