Odd things, daily.
32-year-old Thai artist Kittwat Unarrom is the man behind the “Body Bakery”, where he creates gruesome, realistic sculptures of dismembered human body parts completely out of bread. The body parts are packaged like food, and are not only edible, but delicious.
Unarrom studied fine arts and scupture, but it was a family tragedy that got him into the bread-art business. “When my brother and sister passed away I had to jump in and run the family’s bakery business,” Unarrom explains. “At first I thought I wouldn’t get to work on my art again.”
Kittwat Unarrom with a bread head.
Instead he studied anatomy books and visited forensic museums for inspiration, and began creating feet, hands, internal organs and severed heads, using dough, raisins, cashew nuts and chocolate.
“When people see the bread, they don’t want to eat it,” Unarrom said. “But when they taste it, it’s just normal bread. The lesson is, don’t judge just by outer appearances.”