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Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Finger food

POTHARAM, Thailand - Inside a dark room, realistic-looking "human body parts" are stacked on shelves and hanging on meat hooks. The place looks like a mortuary or the lair of a serial killer, but in fact, it's a bakery. What appears to be putrefying body parts are the bread sculptures of 28-year-old art student Kittiwat Unarrom. [...] Along with edible human heads crafted from dough, chocolate, raisins and cashews, Kittiwat makes human arms, feet, and chicken and pig parts. He uses anatomy books and his vivid memories of visiting a forensics museum to create the human parts.
Full story here. (This story has been in the news for a while, but I just saw it in the Seattle Times this morning and had to share... No, I didn't think of the pun - it was in the Google results above but wasn't there when I clicked...)


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