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Bread Gore

This is a bread shop that should come with a little warning to customers that what is inside will be gruesome.  This bread shop is unlike any other in that it designs the bread to look like body parts that could have been taken off of a body.  When you enter the shop you see heads on pie plates, hands and feet rapped up like slices of turkey, and even body parts hanging from hooks on the ceiling as if it were like a butcher shop.  They even go as far as to paint them to look like they have blood on them.  It’s like a cannibals dream come true, except they are really eating bread.  Still, the pictures don’t inspire me to want to eat the bread.  But something needs to be said about the realism of these pieces.

As you can see in this picture, the parts are made to look very realistic, and it becomes an art form in itself.  The bakers mold and shape each piece of bread before baking them, and do a very good job at making it look like a real body part.  Be prepared if you ever go visit this store in Thailand, you will see people sitting around and eating these pieces of art. (which is a little unsettling in my opinion)

5 Comments

  1. globo wrote:

    Very gross, hard to look at. I love scary/horror movies but these images creep me out. I wonder if the ‘artwork’ tastes like actual bread.

    Thursday, December 1, 2011 at 2:59 pm | Permalink
  2. keeley wrote:

    How does anyone come up with such a concept? It is amazing though how convincing the pictures are!

    Friday, December 2, 2011 at 11:08 am | Permalink
  3. ddunnema wrote:

    these are horrifying very impressive that the artist was able to make them look so realistic out of the material he had to work with.

    Friday, December 2, 2011 at 8:19 pm | Permalink
  4. dyanahua wrote:

    That is disturbing when I first saw it. But I took the time to read what you wrote and I don’t understand why someone would want to color bread and make human pieces out of them. I wonder what the meaning it. People killing people? I’s scary and deep. I would not even eat it. I would probably throw up looking at it. Very interesting blog.

    Saturday, December 10, 2011 at 2:47 pm | Permalink
  5. cchrist7 wrote:

    I give them credit for being creative but EW I would not want to eat any of this. I would enjoy looking and grazing the shop before actually consuming this bread! I wonder if the quality is good?

    Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at 5:43 pm | Permalink