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Body Bakery: Bread imitating Gore  by Kittiwat Unarrom

This brings weird to a whole new level. Thai Fine Art student and artist Kittiwat Unarrom is the son of a baker. All that baking exposure growing up has been a clear influence, but his artistic need to see things a little differently definitely flared up as he created the tacitly named “Body Bakery” – brutally, gruesomely, almost unbelievably realistic looking sculptures of dismembered human body parts sculpted entirely from bread.

With a master in Fine Arts Kittiwat Unarrom creates sculpture in bread. Not just normal sculpture but horror, dark art, gore, something I don’t know if I could actually eat. Located in Ratchaburi, Thailand Kittiwat creates feet, hands, heads, and internal organs among other body parts all entirely edible and for sale at his family’s bakery. He skillfully paints each piece to look terrifying to the observer/customer.

my tummy was making the rumblies that only hands could satisfy


you could hide a dead body there and no one would notice and i find this is awesome


Chiyoha 1910 by Blue Ruin1 on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Tatsuko Takaoka (b.1896 – d.1995) was born in Nara and sold into the flower and willow world by her father, at the age of twelve, to the Tsujii-rō teahouse in the Sōemon-chō geisha district of Osaka. However, when her trigrams were read by a fortune-teller they were not auspicious, and the proprietress of Tsujii-rō, who was a former geisha by the name of O-Fuku out of the nearby Tomita-ya* teahouse, arranged an exchange. Maiko Chiyoha was thus re-located to Tomita-ya shortly after her arrival in Osaka. This was only the beginning of a very tumultuous career as a geisha for the girl who was later to become Geisha Teruha in the Shinbashi geisha district of Tokyo.

*Tomita-ya is often translated as Tonda-ya by contemporary sources.


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